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Table 5 Correlations between changes in HbA1c, body weight, and OHA-Q ver. 2 scores

From: Dapagliflozin improves treatment satisfaction in overweight patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a patient reported outcome study (PRO study)

Variable 1 Variable 2 n Correlation coefficient P value
HbA1c change Subscale 1 score change 178 0.07 0.37
  Subscale 2 score change 178 0.05 0.54
  Subscale 3 score change 178 − 0.19 0.011
  Total score change 178 0.01 0.89
Body weight change Subscale 1 score change 160 − 0.07 0.36
  Subscale 2 score change 160 − 0.12 0.14
  Subscale 3 score change 160 − 0.22 0.005
  Total score change 160 − 0.17 0.035
  1. All of the variable 2 entries are scores of OHA-Q ver. 2; correlation coefficients and P values are the Spearman’s rank correlation coefficient; subscale 1: treatment convenience; subscale 2: somatic symptom; subscale 3: satisfaction
  2. HbA1c glycosylated hemoglobin, OHA-Q Oral Hypoglycemic Agent-Questionnaire