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Table 4 Univariable Analyses: The association between level of pre-operative disability and each independent variable

From: Cross-sectional analysis of baseline differences of candidates for rotator cuff surgery: a sex and gender perspective

Independent variables DF R-Square F P value
Binominal factor of man/woman 1 0.033 5.85 0.017
Age 1 0.014 2.38 0.125
BMI 2 0.015 0.26 0.288
Comorbidity 1 0.0005 0.09 0.769
Mechanism of injury 3 0.0158 0.75 0.524
Hand dominance 1 0.0033 0.31 0.735
Affected side 2 0.0327 3.06 0.049
Side operated on 1 0.0001 0.02 0.894
Symptoms duration 1 0.0069 1.26 0.264
Combined painfree ROM 1 0.305 72.69 < 0.0001
Strength (operated side) 1 0.120 22.19 < 0.0001
Smoking 1 0.025 4.27 0.040
Concurrent Osteoarthritis (Glenohumeral arthritis/humeral head migration) 1 0.001 0.24 0.627
Repair vs. no repair 1 0.006 0.97 0.325
Size of full-thickness tear (Small, moderate, large) 2 0.003 0.15 0.864
Use of medication 1 0.030 5.16 0.024
Work status (active work-related injury) 1 0.071 12.91 0.0004
Participation limitation 2 0.396 55.19 < 0.0001
Expectations with respect to improved pain 1 0.004 0.07 0.7895
Expectations with respect to improved ROM 2 0.024 2.05 0.1326
Expectations with respect to improved ADL 2 0.093 8.46 0.0003
Expectations with respect to improved interaction and providing care 2 0.119 11.03 < 0.0001
Expectations with respect to return to work 3 0.142 6.74 < 0.0001
Expectations with respect to return to sports 2 0.021 1.77 0.173
Expectations with respect to achieving full recovery 2 0.014 1.18 0.311