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Table 3 Regression resultsa of individual cost coefficient measured as proportion increase in cost with one unit increase, with 95% CI, n = 380

From: Factors contributing to post-stroke health care utilization and costs, secondary results from the life after stroke (LAST) study

 Total costsPrimary careHospital careGP
Intervention0.35† (0.06–0.71)0.44 (− 0.22–1.67)−0.07 (− 0.31–0.26)−0.21 (− 0.41–0.05)
Need variables
 EQ-5D-5 L−3.50† (− 4.26 − − 2.75)−3.48† (− 5.22 − − 1.74)−2.19† (− 3.14- -1.25)−2.15 (− 3.05 − − 1.25)
Predisposing variables
 Age 60–690.42 (− 0.05–1.12)−0.72 (− 0.94–0.23)0.60 (− 0.04–1.66)0.29 (−0.21–1.09)
 Age 70–790.47† (0.01–1.14)−0.51 (− 0,87–0.93)0.37 (− 0.15–1.20)0.63† (0.04–1.56)
 Age 80–891.23 (0.48–2.36)0.31 (−0.67–4.14)0.45 (− 0.14–1.43)0.71† (0.05–1.79)
 Age 90+0.92 (−0.11–3.15)−0.30 (− 0.89–3.51)−0.07 (− 0.66–1.53)−0.14 (− 0.65–1.14)
 Gender0.06 (− 0.19–0.38)− 0.29 (− 0.63–0.39)−0.05 (− 0.32–0.34)0.11 (− 0.19–0.52)
 Enabling variables   
 Living alone0.35† (0.01–0.80)0.63 (− 0.17–2.22)0.30 (−0.10–0.87)−0.17 (− 0.41–0.17)
Other variables
 Asker0.50† (0.07–1.12)1.36† (0.00–5.06)0.30 (− 0.16–1.03)0.27 (− 0.16–0.91)
 Bærum0.60† (0.23–1.09)2.60† (0.81–6.16)0.05 (−0.25–0.47)0.33 (− 0.03–0.83)
 Constant13.39† (12.66–14.12)12.47† (10.66–14.28)11.87† (10.95–12.79)10.09† (9.22–10.96)
Adj. R-square128.219.36.37.1
  1. aResults from the regression †P < 0.05