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Table 2 PedsQL generic and multidimensional fatigue scales and SMFQ sum score related to patient characteristics

From: Health-related quality of life in Norwegian adolescents living with chronic fatigue syndrome

 PedsQL Generic scale (23 items)PedsQL Multidimensional Fatigue scale (18 items)SMFQ sum score (13 items)
NMean (SD)95%CI for diffNMean (SD)95%CI for diffNMean (SD)95%CI for diff
Gender
 Girls5047 (16)(−27; −6)4933 (16)(−30; −7)508 (5)(2–6)
 Boys1264 (20) 1251 (24) 124 (3) 
Age:
  < 161057 (17)(−4–20)1046 (13)(−2; − 24)106 (3)(−4–0)
 16+5349 (17) 5234 (20) 538 (6) 
Status at response time
 Not recovered from CFS/ME5848 (16)(19–51)5733 (16)(−61; −28)588 (5)(0–10)
 Recovered from CFS/ME483 (13) 478 (15) 43 (4) 
Is your school progression delayed
 Yes3749 (16)(−27; −4)3734 (19)(−31; −6)378 (5)(−1–6)
 No1265 (18) 1252 (21) 125 (6) 
School attendance before diagnosis
  < 50%3950 (18)(−25–2)3836 (19)(−29–1)398 (5)(− 2–6)
 50% or more961 (21) 950 (25) 96 (5) 
Do you participate in leisure activity
 Yes2159 (17)(4–22)2146 (19)(5–24)216 (4)(−5–0)
 No4146 (16) 4031 (18) 419 (5) 
  1. Two-sided Independent Samples T-test. Difference in N is due to one undetermined which gender, and that participation with questionnaire was higher than participation in interview