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Table 4 Factors related to patients’ quality of life (n = 326)

From: Health-related quality of life and associated factors in patients with myocardial infarction after returning to work: a cross-sectional study

Independent variable B SB t P
Constant 7.581 1.168 6.491 0.000
Age − 0.370 − 0.071 −2.211 0.028
Marital Status −0.167 0.134 −1.576 0.276
Level of Education −0.189 0.143 −1.475 0.301
Medical insurance −0.041 0.186 −0.224 0.879
Occupation    −1.181 0.275
Farmer −0.018 −0.003 − 0.051 0.959
Worker 0.327 0.026 0.571 0.522
Technician 0.369 0.047 0.803 0.423
Office Manager 0.209 0.019 0.662 0.460
Free Lancer 0.240 0.031 0.529 0.597
Working Intensity −0.043 0.236 −0.257 0.794
Income 0.496 0.168 5.285 0.000
Co-morbidity −0.501 −0.150 −4.783 0.000
Stent Number −0.432 0.138 −2.957 0.006
Time Taken to Return to Work 0.258 0.104 3.365 0.001
Participate in Cardiac Rehabilitation −1.680 −0.237 −7.803 0.000
Complete Cardiac Rehabilitation −1.629 −0.288 −6.395 0.000
Smoke 0.083 0.075 0.938 0.331
Drink 0.013 0.100 0.012 0.917
Health Responsibility 0.175 0.243 7.853 0.000
Nutrition 0.186 0.292 9.324 0.000
Exercise 0.188 0.039 6.003 0.000
Self -realization 0.163 0.314 9.969 0.000
Cope with Stress 0.180 0.232 7.507 0.000
Health Behavior 0.157 0.359 16.512 0.000
Objective support 0.189 0.052 4.728 0.000
Subjective support 0.177 0.039 7.011 0.000
Utilization of social support 0.158 0.074 2.412 0.035
Social Support 0.159 0.263 8.499 0.000
Coping 0.138 0.182 5.285 0.000
Avoidance 0.034 0.116 0.912 0.291
Yield −0.175 0.039 −6.930 0.000
  1. R = 0.843, R2 = 0.710, Adjusted R2 = 0.699, F = 63.993, P < 0.001