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Table 4 EQ-5D results in long-term survivors

From: Intensive care unit acquired infection has no impact on long-term survival or quality of life: a prospective cohort study

Parameter All
respondents
No ICU-acquired infection
(n = 112/147a)
ICU-acquired infection
(n = 30/40a)
Difference in proportions
(95% CI)
P
Mobility      0.67
   No problems 56 (39.4) 46 (41.1) 10 (33.3) 7.7 (-12.1 to +24.6)  
   Some problems 74 (52.1) 56 (50.0) 18 (60.0) -10.0 (-27.9 to +9.9)  
   Confined to bed 12 (8.5) 10 (8.9) 2 (6.7) 2.3 (-12.9 to +10.5)  
Self-care      0.004
   Complete 91 (64.1) 76 (67.9) 15 (50.0) 17.9 (-1.3 to +36.5)  
   Some problems in washing or dressing 34 (23.9) 20 (17.9) 14 (46.7) -28.8 (-47.0 to -10.5)  
   Unable to wash or dress 17 (12) 16 (14.3) 1 (3.3) 11.0 (-3.4 to +19.1)  
Usual activities      0.32
   No problems 59 (41.5) 50 (44.6) 9 (30.0) 14.6 (-5.3 to +30.9)  
   Some problems 60 (42.3) 44 (39.3) 16 (53.3) -14.0 (-32.6 to +5.5)  
   Unable to perform 23 (16.2) 18 (16.1) 5 (16.7) -0.6 (-18.4 to +11.6)  
Pain or discomfort      0.85
   Not at all 48 (34.8) 38 (34.9) 10 (34.5) 0.4 (-19.6 to +17.7)  
   Moderate 80 (58.0) 62 (56.9) 18 (62.1) -5.2 (-23.1 to +15.0)  
   Extreme 10 (7.2) 9 (8.3) 1 (3.4) 4.8 (-9.4 to +12.1)  
Anxiety or depression      0.91
   Not at all 96 (70.6) 74 (69.2) 22 (75.9) -6.7 (-21.8 to +13.0)  
   Moderate 37 (27.2) 30 (28) 7 (24.1) 3.9 (-15.6 to +18.9)  
   Extreme 3 (2.2) 3 (2.8) 0 (0) 2.8 (-9.0 to +7.9)  
  1. Values are presented as number (percentage) of patients. aRespondents/all long-term survivors. CI, confidence interval; EQ-5D, EuroQol five-dimensional questionnaire; ICU, intensive care unit.