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Table 3 Predictors of total pre-stroke and post-stroke mental healthcare costs (Model 2)

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
Sex Male/female -0.505 0.135 -1.169, 0.158
Living with partner Yes/no 0.756 0.039 0.040, 1.472
Age Continuous 0.016 0.263 -0.012, 0.043
Number of hospitalization days Continuous 0.007 0.386 -0.009, 0.024
Discharged to nursing home Yes/no 1.074 0.191 -0.539, 2.688
Discharged to home Yes/no 1.087 0.169 -0.466, 2.640
Stroke type Ischemic/haemorrhagic 0.210 0.658 -0.722, 1.142
Stroke location Left/right 0.297 0.365 -0.348, 0.942
Diabetes Yes/no -0.214 0.589 -0.994, 0.566
Alive within 10-year ref/per Yes/no 0.136 0.705 -0.569, 0.640
Explained variance 0.047 (R 2 )    
  1. Significant at the p = 0.05 level
  2. aPredictors with only two levels were included. Dummy variables were created for predictors with more than two levels: Discharge location and MRS scores. Based on the likelihood method, excluded variables were: MRS, Hypertension