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Table 4 Factors associated with health-related quality of life for MCS trajectory group membership

From: Effects of interventions on trajectories of health-related quality of life among older patients with hip fracture: a prospective randomized controlled trial

Trajectory Parameter βa SEa Odds ratio (95%CI)
Poor MCS Reference group    
Moderate MCS Constant 0.94 0.71 2.55 (10.37–0.63)
  Comprehensive group 0.32 0.66 1.38 (5.10–0.38)
  Interdisciplinary group 1.24 0.72 3.46 (14.37–0.83)
  Attrition -1.83 1.36 0.16 (2.32–0.01)
  Pre-fracture ADL dependent -1.14 0.67 0.32 (1.19–0.09)
Good MCS Constant 1.74 0.66 5.70 (20.77–1.57)**
  Comprehensive group 0.25 0.48 1.28 (3.28–0.50)
  Interdisciplinary group 0.86 0.61 2.37 (7.88–0.71)
  Attrition -1.10 0.55 0.33 (0.97–0.11)*
  Pre-fracture ADL dependent -1.17 0.49 0.31 (0.81–0.12)*
Model fit statistics
 BIC (N = 1018) -3598.60    
 BIC (N = 281) -3587.02    
 AIC fit index -3554.27    
 Log likelihood -3536.27    
  1. BIC Bayesian information criterion, AIC Akaike’s information criterion. Level 1, N = 1018, and Level 2, N = 281
  2. a Non-standardized
  3. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01