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Changes of R-square values of frailty phenotypes based on stepwise multivariate linear regression for subscales of SF-36<sup>a</sup>.

By Yaw-Wen Chang (16955), Wei-Liang Chen (321565), Fu-Gong Lin (321566), Wen-Hui Fang (321567), Ming-Yung Yen (321568), Chia-Chuan Hsieh (321569) and Tung-Wei Kao (321570)

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a<p>Adjusted for age, number of co-morbidities, living alone, history of falls in the previous year, arthritis, peptic ulcer disease, and depression.</p><p>PCS=physical component score; PF=physical function; RP=role (physical); BP=bodily pain; GH=general health; MCS=mental component score; VT=vitality; SF=social function; RE=role (emotional); MH=general mental health.</p

Topics: Medicine, Physiology, Biotechnology, r-square, frailty, phenotypes, stepwise, multivariate, linear, regression, subscales
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0038079.t003
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/303194
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