06 December 2022>: Original Paper
Changes in Physical Activity Due to Fear of COVID-19 and Its Impact on Depression Among Post-Liver Transplant Patients in Japan: A Longitudinal Survey StudySatomi Tanaka 1ABCDEFG* , Kimie Fujita 1ACDF , Kanako Yakushiji 1F , Noboru Harada 2F , Tomoharu Yoshizumi 2ADF
Ann Transplant 2022; 27:e938239
Table 4 Results of multiple logistic regression analysis for the association between physical activity, depression, and fear of COVID-19.
|Age (10-year increments)||.681||.376||1.235||.206|
|“I am afraid that my immunosuppressant and steroid could worsen an infection with COVID-19”||1.554||.924||2.614||.097|
|“I am afraid of becoming infected while shopping”||1.917||1.059||3.468||.032|
|Logistic regression using the forced-entry method was rated on a 5-point Likert scale: 1=disagree, 2=somewhat disagree, 3=neutral, 4=somewhat agree, 5=agree. Dependent variable: Physical activity (0=active, 1=inactive). Independent variables: sex (0=male, 1=female), BMI (0 –|