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Table 3 Comparison of HH cohort and Australian population normative utility values [23]

From: Quality of life utility values for hereditary haemochromatosis in Australia

Variables Mean HSUV 95 % CI n Males Females Population norm HSUV 95 % CI
  Mean HSUV 95 % CI n Mean HSUV 95 % CI n
Age group:
 20–29 0.67 0.55–0.80 10 0.75 0.53–1.00 2 0.65 0.49–0.70 8 0.86 0.85–0.87
 30–39 0.72 0.62–0.80 30 0.78 0.66–0.90 7 0.70 0.59–0.81 23 0.84 0.83–0.85
 40–49 0.66 0.57–0.74 39 0.72 0.57–0.84 15 0.62 0.50–0.74 24 0.81 0.80–0.82
 50–59 0.63 0.54–0.70 52 0.62 0.47–0.75 19 0.63 0.54–0.71 33 0.80 0.78–0.81
 60–69 0.67 0.61–0.73 67 0.70 0.62–0.78 34 0.65 0.54–0.74 33 0.80 0.78–0.81
 70–79 0.61 0.47–0.73 16 0.63 0.47–0.76 11 0.56 0.21–0.92 5 0.76 0.76–0.79
Sex
 Male 0.69 0.64–0.75 92   0.82 0.81–0.83
 Female 0.64 0.60–0.69 129   0.81 0.80–0.81
All 0.66 0.63–0.70 221   0.81 0.81–0.82
  1. Note: HSUV refers to health state utility values; 95 % CI refers to the 95 % confidence interval