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Table 2 Predictors of total post-stroke mental healthcare costs (Model 1)

From: The economic impact of mental healthcare consumption before and after stroke in a cohort of stroke patients in the Netherlands: a record linkage study

Predictorsa Level β p 95% Confidence Interval
Living with partner Yes/no 0.536 0.277 -0.433, 1.505
Age Continuous 0.048 0.018 0.008, 0.087
Number of hospitalization days Continuous 0.026 0.025 0.003, 0.049
Discharged to nursing home Yes/no 0.364 0.751 -1.891, 2.619
Discharged to home Yes/no 0.983 0.357 -1.196, 3.162
Stroke type Ischemic/haemorrhagic 0.342 0.607 -0.968, 1.653
Stroke location Left/right 0.506 0.267 -0.390, 1.403
MRS Continuous 0.390 0.540 -0.861, 1.641
Hypertension Yes/no -0.277 0.545 -1.180, 0.625
Diabetes Yes/no -0.587 0.290 -1.679, 0.504
Alive within 10-year ref/period Yes/no 0.956 0.060 -0.043, 1.954
Mental healthcare costs before stroke Continuous 0.249 0.000 0.118, 0.380
Explained variance 0.155 (R 2 )    
  1. Significant at the p = 0.05 level
  2. aPredictors with only two levels or continuous predictors were included. Based on the likelihood method, the variable ‘sex’ was excluded