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Table 2 Mean PROMs scores

From: Health-related quality of life (HRQoL) from HIV patients’ perspective: comparison of patient-reported outcome (PRO) measures among people living with hiv (PLWH) and other chronic clinical conditions

PROMs HIV DM1 BC AR K–S test p
SF-36
 Physical functioning (PF) 91 (17)a 82 (28) 79 (21) 76 (24)a D = 3.84
p < 0.001
 < 0.001#
 Role physical (RP) 88 (29)a 70 (39) 59 (43)a 56 (42) D = 5.21
p < 0.001
 < 0.001#
 Role emotional (RE) 81 (34) 69 (40) 72 (42) 64 (45) D = 5.98
p < 0.001
0.085#
 Vitality (VT) 67 (18)a 59 (21) 60 (20) 58 (22)a D = 1.07
p = 0.202
0.034#
 Mental health (MH) 69 (20) 67 (21) 72 (16) 69 (19) D = 1.15
p = 0.144
0.910#
 Social functioning (SF) 83 (20)a 66 (28)a 82 (19) 73 (23) D = 3.05
p < 0.001
0.002#
 Bodily pain (BP) 86 (22)a 73 (27) 73(26) 67 (24)a D = 3.27
p < 0.001
 < 0.001#
 General health (GH) 69 (22)a 43 (23)b 65 (20)b 53 (22)a D = 1.35
p = 0.051
 < 0.001#
EQ-5D
 Score 86 (18)a,b 73 (20)b 80 (19) 72 (26)a D = 2.45
p < 0.001
 < 0.001#
 Perceived health status, mean (SD) 79 (16)a 68 (13)a 74 (14) 76 (17) D = 2.40
p < 0.001
 < 0.001#
HAQ-DI
 Disability index, mean (0–20) 0.7 (2.7)a 1.1 (3.0)b 1.0 (2.2)c 4.9 (7.4)a,b,c D = 5.29
p < 0.001
 < 0.001#
WPAI-GH
 Impact of the disease in the workplace, mean (0–10) 0.3 (1.2)a 1.5 (2.0) 1.3 (2.6) 2.2 (2.8)a D = 3.70
p < 0.001
 < 0.001#
  1. Statistical test: *ANOVA; #Kruskal Wallis ANOVA; °X2-square
  2. n Apex letters locate differences among subgroups