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Fig. 3 | Health and Quality of Life Outcomes

Fig. 3

From: Results of a global, patient-based survey assessing the impact of psoriatic arthritis discussed in the context of the Psoriatic Arthritis Impact of Disease (PsAID) questionnaire

Fig. 3

Patient-reported psychological or social impact of PsA. a Emotional/mental wellbeing and relationships; b Emotional distress and social participation; c Unusual fatigue. Data represent the percentage of responders using the weighted base of each country in Table 1. a Data are reported in response to the question, “How much of a negative impact, if any, has psoriatic arthritis had on each of the following aspects of your life (no impact/slight/moderate/major)?” Data represent sum of moderate/major impact. b Data are reported in response to the question, “Have you done any of the following as a result of psoriatic arthritis? Please select all that apply.” c Data are reported for patients selecting ‘Unusual fatigue’ in response to the question, “Which of the following symptoms, if any, have you experienced in the past 12 months related to psoriatic arthritis? Please select all that apply.” Countries are represented by colored data bars. Significant differences (p < 0.05) between countries are designated by the letters following the bars: a = Australia; b = Brazil; c = Canada; d = France; e = Spain; f = Taiwan; g = UK; h = US. PsA, psoriatic arthritis

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