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Research Article

Study on the Correlation among Sleep Quality, Cognitive Function, and Self-Management Ability in Hospitalized Elderly Patients with Coronary Heart Disease

Table 3

Correlation analysis between sleep quality and self-management in patients with CHD.

VariabilityStatisticsDimension 1: bad management habitsDimension 2: symptom managementDimension 3: emotional and cognitive managementDimension 4: emergency managementDimension 5: disease knowledge managementDimension 6: daily life managementDimension 7: treatment compliance and self-managementTotal scores of CSMS

Dimension 1: sleep quality-0.0100.037-0.0210.0510.058-0.1030.0680.024
0.8800.5810.7560.4500.3940.1280.3170.722

Dimension 2: the time to fall asleep-0.129-0.046-0.074-0.022-0.184-0.2050.011-0.139
0.0560.4940.2740.7480.0060.0020.8680.039

Dimension 3: bedtime-0.0140.139-0.0720.2440.083-0.1280.0870.094
0.8400.0390.288≤0.0010.2210.0570.2010.163

Dimension 4: sleep efficiency-0.1200.1260.0670.3450.0320.0460.1150.124
0.0760.0620.325≤0.0010.6370.5020.0890.065

Dimension 5: sleep disorders0.1090.066-0.0020.088-0.013-0.1120.0800.040
0.1060.3330.9720.1910.8530.0980.2400.553

Dimension 6: sleep medicine0.0330.1150.1390.1850.1840.0330.0960.208
0.6290.0880.0400.0060.0060.6270.1570.002

Dimension 7: daytime dysfunction0.077-0.119-0.128-0.128-0.139-0.3050.032-0.170
0.2560.0770.0580.0570.039≤0.0010.6330.011

Total scores of PSOI-0.0500.060-0.0310.101-0.054-0.2340.123-0.142
0.4580.3780.6520.1340.424≤0.0010.0690.041

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