Table 4 

Multivariate analysis between quality of life from standard TTO method and demographic socioeconomicclinical data was estimated by ordinary least square methods. 

Variable 
Coefficient 
tStatistic 
pvalue 


C 
0.912 
9.44 
0.000 
AGE 
1.78E05 
0.009 
0.993 
EDU 
0.034 
1.030 
0.307 
OCC 
0.025 
0.706 
0.483 
MASI 
0.000 
0.251 
0.803 
TR 
0.001 
0.525 
0.601 
MS 
0.013 
0.387 
0.700 
INC 
1.40E07 
0.238 
0.813 


Dependent Variable: TTY. R square: 0.028 Adjusted R square: 0.069 Fstatistic: 0.288, pvalue 0.956
TTY: Quality of life obtaining from standard TTO method AGE: Age of patient (years) EDU: Dummy variable which 1 if education level is bachelor or higher level and 0 otherwise OCC: Dummy variable which 1 = economic inactive occupation (housewife, pensioner, unemployed) and 0 = otherwise MASI: Score of MASI TR: Duration of treatment (years) MS: Dummy variable which 1 if marital status = married and 0 = otherwise INC: Monthly personal income (Baht) 

Leeyaphan et al. BMC Dermatology 2011 11:16 doi:10.1186/147159451116 