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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics and patient-reported data at baseline

From: Psychometric assessment of the PROMIS Fatigue Short Form 6a in women with moderate-to-severe endometriosis-associated pain

Characteristic Total (N = 871)
Age (Mean, SD) 31.5 (6.2)
Race (n, %)
 White 759 (87.1%)
 Black or African American 76 (8.7%)
 Asian 9 (1.0%)
 American Indian or Alaska Native 6 (0.7%)
 Multi Race 18 (2.1%)
 Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 3 (0.3%)
Ethnicity (n, %)
 Hispanic or Latino 139 (16.0%)
 Not Hispanic or Latino 732 (84.0%)
Employment Statusa
 Employed full-time 524 (60.2%)
 Employed part-time 148 (17.0%)
 Non-Employed 193 (22.2%)
 Missing 6 (0.7%)
EHP-30 Domain Scoresb
 Pain 58.2 (14.3) [0.0–100.0]
 Control and Powerlessness 69.8 (19.5) [0.0–100.0]
 Emotional Well-being 49.3 (19.9) [0.0–100.0]
 Social Support 54.8 (25.6) [0.0–100.0]
 Self-image 51.0 (27.6) [0.0–100.0]
 Sexual Relationship 64.5 (24.7) [0.0–100.0]
PROMIS Fatigue Short Form 6ac 63.3 (7.7) [33.4–76.8]
  1. EHP-30 Indicates Endometriosis Health Profile-30, PROMIS Patient-Reported Outcome Measurement Information System, SD Standard deviation
  2. aReported in the HRPQ first item
  3. bEach domain has a 0–100 scale range where 0 indicates the best health status
  4. cT-score Higher scores indicating more fatigue; population mean is 50 and 10 is one standard deviation from the general population
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