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Table 3 Impact of factors (knowledge, resilience depression and anxiety) on HbA1c levels in a multiple linear regression model in the patients sample (n = 85)

From: The impact of knowledge about diabetes, resilience and depression on glycemic control: a cross-sectional study among adolescents and young adults with type 1 diabetes

Factor B 95% CI p r (partial)
Constant 9.97 - -  
Knowledge (DKNA) −0.05 −0.24 to 0.14 0.603 −0.06
Resilience (RS) −0.04 −0.12 to 0.04 0.306 −0.12
Anxiety (HADS-A) 0.07 −0.10 to 0.24 0.418 0.09
Depression (HADS-D) 0.20 0.02 to 0.37 0.031* 0.24
  1. B is the estimate of how much a one-unit increase in a factor is associated with the variation in HbA1c levels. The partial “r” represents the correlation of the factor with HbA1c after considering the effect of the other terms in the model. HbA1c: glycated hemoglobin, DKNA: Diabetes Knowledge Assessment Scale, HADS-A: HADS anxiety score, HADS-D: HADS depression score. (* p < 0.05).