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Table 3 Results of the general linear models for factors associated with self-reported cognitive failures and health-related quality of life (Short Form Health Survey SF-36) 12 months after radical prostatectomy

From: Health-related quality of life and self-reported cognitive function in patients with delayed neurocognitive recovery after radical prostatectomy: a prospective follow-up study

  B 95% CI p
Cognitive failures  
No DNCR (vs. DNCR)  − 0.41  − 0.80; − 0.02 0.038
Depression (PHQ-9, per point increase) 0.13 0.09; 0.18  < 0.001
SF-36 physical component score
No DNCR (vs. DNCR) 0.08  − 0.02; 0.19 0.118
Depression (PHQ9, per point increase) 0.02 0.01; 0.03 0.001
Age (per year increase) 0.01 0.01; 0.02 0.001
Tumor volume (per ml increase) 0.01 0.00; 0.01 0.005
No ADT (vs. ADT)  − 0.23  − 0.42; − 0.05 0.014
SF-36 mental component score
No DNCR (vs. DNCR)  − 0.04  − 0.15; 0.06 0.417
ASA I (vs. ASA III)  − 0.03  − 0.18; 0.12 0.712
ASA II (vs. ASA III) 0.05  − 0.08; 0.17 0.477
Depression (PHQ-9, per point increase) 0.06 0.05; 0.07  < 0.001
Age (per year increase)  − 0.00  − 0.01; 0.00 0.464
Tumor volume (per ml increase) 0.01 0.00; 0.01 0.044
  1. DNCR delayed neurocognitive recovery, PHQ-9 patient health questionnaire, ADT neoadjuvant androgen deprivation therapy, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists physical status classification