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Table 4 Binary logistic regression analysis in EA patients and their parents using the condition-specific EA-QOL questionnaire

From: Parent–child-agreement on health-related quality of life and its determinants in patients born with Esophageal Atresia: a Swedish–German cross-sectional study

  EA QOL total score
  PR < CR versus agreementa (n = 51) PR > CR versus agreementb (n = 45)
  B Wald p [95% CI] B Wald p [95% CI]
Child genderc 2.89 4.46 .03 [.01, .81] 1.89 6.21 .01 [1.45, 29.06]
Child age .43 4.88 .03 [.45, .95] .24 4.85 .03 [1.03, 1.59]
EA severity leveld .29 .08 .78 [.18, 10.02]  .52 .39 .53 [.12, 3.02]
Parental HRQOL  .05 1.21 .27 [.88, 1.04]  .05 2.94 .09 [.90, 1.01]
Family functioning .05 1.37 .24 [.97, 1.14] .02 .72 .40 [.97, 1.08]
Countrye 2.27 5.07 .02 [1.34, 69.63] .96 1.86 .17 [.66, 10.34]
Model summary R2 = .43 R2 = .32
χ2(6) = 15.957, p = .01 χ2(6) = 14.849, p = .02
  1. PR = Parent-report, CR = Child-report, B = regression coefficient, Wald = Wald-value, p = p-value, CI = confidence interval, R2 = Nagelkerkes R-square, EA = Esophageal atresia, HRQOL = Health-related quality of life
  2. a 0 = agreement, 1 = PR < CR, defined using a threshold of ½ SD
  3. b 0 = agreement, 1 = PR > CR, defined using a threshold of ½ SD
  4. c Child gender: 0 = male, 1 = female
  5. d EA severity level: 0 = mild moderate, 1 = severe (Dellenmark–Blom, Dingemann, Witt, Quitmann, Jönsson et al. 2018)
  6. e Country: 0 = Germany; 1 = Sweden