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Table 2 Probability of readmission and mortality in relation to anxiety or depression. Univariate analysis

From: Impact of anxiety and depression on the prognosis of copd exacerbations

  Anxiety 0–7 Anxiety 8–10 Anxiety ≥ 11 p
Early readmission, n (%)     0.36
 Yes 3 (3.3) 7 (7.4) 8 (7.8)  
 No 88 (96.7) 88 (92.6) 94 (92.2)  
Late readmission, n (%)     0.01
 Yes 27 (29.7) 49 (51.6) 42 (41.2)  
 No 64 (70.3) 46 (48.4) 60 (58.8)  
Mortality at 6 months, n (%)     0.58
 Yes 12 (13.2) 15 (15.8) 19 (18.6)  
 No 79 (86.8) 80 (84.2) 83(81.4)  
Mortality at 12 months, n (%)     0.32
 Yes 17 (18.7) 26 (27.4) 21 (20.8)  
 No 74 (81.3) 69 (72.6) 80 (79.2)  
Mortality at 18 months, n (%)     0.03
 Yes 53 (58.2) 41 (43.2) 41 (40.6)  
 No 38 (41.8) 54 (56.8) 60 (59.4)  
  Depression 0–7 Depression 8–10 Depression ≥ 11 p
Early readmission, n (%)     0.3
 Yes 3 (3.2) 5 (6.7) 10 (8.3)  
 No 90 (96.8) 70(93.3) 110 (91.7)  
Late readmission, n (%)     0.008
 Yes 26 (28) 36 (48) 56 (46.7)  
 No 67 (72) 39 (52) 64 (53.3)  
Mortality at 6 months, n (%)     0.45
 Yes 12 (12.9) 15 (20) 19 (15.8)  
 No 81 (87.1) 60 (80) 101 (84.2)  
Mortality at 12 months, n (%)     0.2
 Yes 15(16.1) 20 (26.7) 29 (24.4)  
 No 78 (83.9) 55 (73.3) 90 (75.6)  
Mortality at 18 months, n (%)     0.001
 Yes 52 (63.4) 29 (38.7) 47 (39.5)  
 No 34 (36.6) 46 (61.3) 72 (60.5)  
  1. Fisher's test was applied to the variable “early readmission” as an alternative to chi-square, because one of the cell counts in the table was less than 5