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Table 3 Redistribution pattern of response from 3 L to 5 L

From: Comparing the EQ-5D-3 L and EQ-5D-5 L: studying measurement and scores in Indonesian type 2 diabetes mellitus patients

Dimension3 L5 LN (%) by 3 L levelInconsistencies* N (%)
Mobility1194(73.08)11 (5.5)
 219(26.92)
2229(44.74)
 323(23.68)
 422(31.58)
Self-Care11150(93.75)8 (4.0)
 210(6.25)
2215(53.57)
 38(28.57)
 45(17.86)
341(50.00)
 51(50.00)
Usual Activities11117(89.31)11 (5.5)
 214(10.69)
2222(45.84)
 313(27.08)
 413(27.08)
341(12.50)
 57(87.50)
Pain/Discomfort1134(75.55)15 (7.6)
 211(24.45)
2268(59.65)
 328(24.56)
 418(15.79)
3415(65.22)
 58(34.78)
Anxiety/Depression1180(88.89)15 (7.6)
 210(11.11)
2256(67.47)
 317(20.48)
 410(12.05)
346(60.00)
 54(40.00)
  1. *A consistent response pair was defined as a 3 L response which is at most one level away from the 5 L response (e.g., a participant chose level 1 in 3 L and chose level 2 in 5 L). When the 5 L level was more than 1 level away from the 3 L level (e.g., a participant chose level 1 in 3 L and chose level 3 in 5), this was labelled inconsistent