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Table 4 Relationship between coping strategies and dimensions of VSP-A

From: Quality of life in adolescents with chronic kidney disease who initiate haemodialysis treatment

Multivariate model
N = 21 VSP-A
Energy
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Psycho
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Friends
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Activities
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Parents
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Physical
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Teachers
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
School
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Body
β [IC 95%]
VSP-A
Medical
β [IC 95%]
Active coping 4.1
[0.2; 7.9]
0.7
[−4.2; 5.5]
4.6
[−0.6; 9.7]
−1.6
[−7.1; 3.9]
6.8
[0.8; 12.7]
−1.1
[−5.7; 3.6]
8.3
[2.9; 13.5]
4.8
[1.3; 8.3]
0.0
[−3.5; 3.5]
2.2
[−1.2; 5.6]
Avoidant coping −4.1
[−7.1; − 1.0]
−4.6
[−8.5; − 0.8]
2.1
[−2.0; 6.2]
−0.7
[− 5.1; 3.6]
−1.5
[− 6.2; 3.3]
0.1
[−3.6; 3.8]
3.1
[− 1.2; 7.3]
1.3
[− 1.5; 4.1]
−7.1
[− 9.9; − 4.3]
1.1
[−1.6; 3.8]
Negative coping −1.5
[− 5.2; 2.2]
0.4
[−4.2; 5.1]
−0.0
[− 5.0; 5.0]
2.1
[− 3.2; 7.4]
− 2.8
[− 8.5; 2.9]
0.4
[− 4.1; 4.9]
−4.9
[− 10.1; 0.2]
−0.1
[− 3.5; 3.2]
−3.9
[− 7.3; − 0.5]
−3.6
[− 6.8; − 0.3]
  1. Result adjusted on gender, age, age of chronic kidney disease, growth failure, haemoglobin
  2. β correlation coefficient, IC 95% 95% confidence interval
  3. VSP-A = “Vécu et Santé Perçue de l’Adolescent”
  4. Energy = energy-vitality; Psycho = psychological well-being; Friends = relationships with friends; Activities = leisure activities; Parents = relationships with parents; Physical = physical well-being; Teachers = relationships with teachers; School = school performance; Body = body image; Medical = relationships with medical staff
  5. Bold value = statistically significant value