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Table 2 Differences in adherence to fitbit and questionnaire data collection between males and females

From: Sex-based differences in remote monitoring of biometric, psychometric and biomarker indices in stable ischemic heart disease

  % Difference in adherence P value
FitBit* Median (IQR) 1.80 (− 0.5, 32.8) 0.49
Questionnaires** Mean (95% CI)   
PROMIS   
 Global physical health 9.76 (1.27, 18.2) 0.025
 Physical function 10.2 (1.71, 18.7) 0.020
 Depression 10.01 (1.49, 18.5) 0.023
 Anxiety 9.91 (1.38, 18.4) 0.024
 Fatigue 9.90 (1.41, 18.4) 0.023
 Sleep disturbance 9.79 (1.26, 18.3) 0.026
SAQ-7   
 Overall 7.46 (− 1.18, 16.9) 0.09
 Physical limitation 14.3(5.20, 23.3) 0.002
KCCQ   
 Quality of life 9.14 (0.63, 17.7) 0.037
 Physical limitation 12.3 (3.61, 20.9) 0.006
  1. *Value is difference in percentage of hours that contained non-zero or non-NA values, between males and females
  2. **Values are differences in mean percentage of weeks of questioning to which patients responded, up to 12 weeks in the study, between males and females. This model was adjusted for age, body mass index, diastolic blood pressure, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides, NT-proBNP and u-hs-cTnI levels
  3. Values represent % difference in adherence, calculated as males—females
  4. Significant p-values are in bold