Table 2

The percentage of the missing data in each variable included in the model before multiple imputation*
Labels % missing T0 % missing T1 % missing T2
Energy and drive functions 2.0 29.5 34.3
Sleep functions 0.4 26.5 32.0
Attention functions 0.3 26.5 32.0
Memory functions 0.4 26.5 32.1
Emotional functions 0.5 26.6 32.3
Sensation of pain 1.3 27.1 32.3
Weight maintenance functions 3.4 32.0 36.5
Watching 0.4 26.7 32.8
Listening 2.4 29.5 35.1
Solving problems 1.2 27.6 33.3
Communicating with - receiving - spoken messages 0.7 26.9 32.7
Speaking 2.1 28.8 34.1
Conversation 0.1 26.7 32.3
Lifting and carrying objects 1.1 28.3 34.3
Walking 0.9 26.9 32.3
Using transportation 2.4 31.3 36.2
Washing oneself 0.5 26.6 32.0
Caring for body parts 1.3 29.9 35.8
Dressing 0.7 27.1 32.9
Eating 0.7 26.9 32.4
Looking after one's health 2.2 28.4 34.4
Acquisition of goods and services 0.5 27.9 33.5
Preparing meals 1.3 29.8 35.6
Doing housework 0.8 29.2 34.1
Informal social relationships 1.5 27.9 32.5
Family relationships 1.2 30.0 34.9
Intimate relationships 1.3 29.1 34.4
Remunerative employment 1.6 27.4 33.5
Economic self-sufficiency 1.1 28.3 34.4
Community life 2.4 32.0 37.0
Recreation and leisure 1.3 27.4 33.1
Products or substances for personal consumption 0.5 34.1 39.4
Immediate family 1.3 27.8 34.0
Individual attitudes of immediate family members 2.2 30.6 36.1
Health services, systems and policies 1.5 31.1 37.8

* For each ICF category, at least one value of the three time points of assessment was available for each patient.

Cieza et al.

Cieza et al. BMC Psychiatry 2013 13:78   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-13-78

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