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Table 6 Mean utility values by self-reported HH-related comorbidities

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

HH-related comorbiditiesa mean HSUV SD n
All participants
 no comorbidity 0.76 0.21 100
 arthritis 0.52 0.25 35
 fibrosis 0.53 0.29 7
 cirrhosis 0.61 0.31 5
 heart failure 0.58 0.24 3
 cardiomyopathy 0.30 - 1
 diabetes 0.52 0.33 4
 porphyria cutanea tarda 0.02 - 1
Males
 no comorbidity 0.76 0.25 39
 arthritis 0.59 0.23 15
 fibrosis 0.69 0.05 5
 cirrhosis 0.74 0.16 3
Females
 no comorbidity 0.76 0.19 61
 arthritis 0.48 0.26 20
 fibrosis 0.12 0.02 2
 cirrhosis 0.42 0.45 2
  1. Note: HSUV refers to health state utility values; SD standard deviation
  2. aParticipants were asked if they had been diagnosed with these conditions and that they were considered to be related to HH and iron overload. Participants with these conditions, but were unsure if they were related to HH were not included in this analysis