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Table 2 Questionnaires, scales and cognition

From: Depressive symptoms in Fabry disease: the importance of coping, subjective health perception and pain

 AllMen Women 
ClassicalNon-classicalClassicalNon-classical
CESD, median (range)11 (0–44)11 (0–40)12 (0–37)12 (0–44)7.5 (0–20)
 CESD≥16, n (%)31 (38.3%)7 (41.2%)4 (36.4%)17 (39.5%)3 (30.0%)
Subjective cognitive complaintsa, n (%)52 (64.2%)11 (64.7%)5 (45.5%)31 (72.1%)5 (50.0%)
Objective cognitive impairmentb, n (%)13 (16.0%)7 (41.0%)3 (27.3%)3 (7.0%)0 (0%)
BPI severity, median (range)1.0 (0.0–7.0)0.8 (0.0–6.5)4.0 (0.0–7.0)2.0 (0.0–7.0)0.0 (0.0–5.8)
PSQI, median (range)5.0 (0.0–20.0)4.0 (0.0–14.0)6.0 (1.0–13.0)6.0 (1.0–20.0)5.5 (2.0–10.0)
 PSQI> 5, n (%)39 (48.1%)4 (23.5%)7 (63.6%)23 (53.5%)5 (50.0%)
SF-36 Fatigue, mean (±SD)50.5 (±23.0)55.3 (±24.8)54.5 (±22.2)45.5 (±22.0)59.5 (±22.4)
SF-36 Social functioning, mean (±SD)71.5 (±26.8)75.7 (±24.8)69.3 (±28.2)67.4 (±28.4)83.8 (±18.7)
SF-36 Health perception, mean (±SD)43.3 (±22.6)41.2 (±25.0)40.0 (±23.2)40.5 (±19.1)63.0 (±25.3)
  1. Continuous variables are presented as median (range) or mean (±SD) and discrete variables as number (percentages)
  2. CESD Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression scale, BPI Brief Pain Inventory, PSQI Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, SF-36 Short Form-36 Health Survey
  3. aPresence or absence of subjective cognitive complaints
  4. bpresence or absence of objective cognitive impairment