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Research Article

The Relationship between Cold Hypersensitivity in the Hands and Feet and Health-Related Quality of Life in Koreans: A Nationwide Population Survey

Table 4

Multiple regression analysis for the association of CHHF and HRQOL.

ModelsDependent variable (SF-12)
PCSMCS

BSEβ valueBSEΒ value
Model 1-2.8890.42-0.15< 0.001-2.3280.46-0.11< 0.001
Model 2-2.0700.38-0.11< 0.001-2.0940.47-0.10< 0.001
Model 3-2.1630.39-0.12< 0.001-2.0980.47-0.10< 0.001
Model 4-2.1440.38-0.11< 0.001-2.0960.48-0.10< 0.001

CHHF, cold hypersensitivity in the hands and feet; HRQOL, health-related quality of life; Model 1: unadjusted; Model 2: adjusted for gender and age; Model 3: adjusted for gender, age, and body mass index; Model 4: adjusted for gender, age, body mass index, and all sociodemographic variables, such as drinking, smoking, marital status, income, occupation, and education; B, unstandardized regression coefficients; SE, standard error of unstandardized coefficients; β, standardized regression coefficients; PCS, SF-12 physical component summary; MCS, SF-12 mental component summary.

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