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Under the assumption that drop-out is at random within the patterns, the pattern mixture approach adjusts the estimates to a certain degree. This approach accounts in a relatively simple way for informative drop-out.
LTC residents with PU had slightly though statistically significantly lower HRQOL than those without PU. Comorbidity contributed substantially to the low HRQOL in these populations. Community-weighted MDS-HSI utilities for LTC residents are useful for cost-effectiveness analyses and help guide...
Our study adds evidence supporting the negative association between of husbands’ alcohol drinking and their wives’ health as measured by the SF-36 HRQOL, especially for mental health.
The Hebrew version of the SF-12 appears to be a practical instrument for use among the elderly population and the resulting health domains correlate highly with other measures of functional, physical, and mental health used for the elderly.
Participants identified key aspects of role functioning and provided insights on their perception of the impact of health on their role participation. These results will inform item bank generation.
Overall, our results support the discriminant validity of the 12-item WHO-DAS II for major depression, being quite recommendable its use in epidemiological research.
Quality of life assessment instruments based on urban-living arrangements may not be reliably used with individuals living in rural environments.
Regression equations predicting HUI3 and HUI2 utilities based on OM8-30 facet and domain scores have been developed. These provide an empirical basis for estimating quality-adjusted life years (QALYs) for interventions in children with OME.
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