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Table 5 Group comparisons for FHSQ domains at baseline, 3 and 6 month follow-ups

From: The impact of multimorbidity on foot health outcomes in podiatry patients with musculoskeletal foot pain: a prospective observational study

  FHSQpain, median (IQR) FHSQfunction, median (IQR) FHSQfootwear, median (IQR) FHSQhealth, median (IQR)
Baseline
 No condition 41.88 (43.13) 62.5 (40.63)** 41.67 (39.58) 33.75 (38.13)**
 Single condition 41.25 (41.25) 65.63 (31.25)**‡‡ 37.5 (41.67) 36.25 (44.38)**‡
 > 1 conditions 29.38 (48.75) 31.25 (53.13)**†† 25.0 (39.58) 25.0 (42.5)**††
3 months
 No condition 60.63 (39.69) 84.38 (28.13)** 29.17 (31.25) 42.5 (53.75)*
 Single condition 47.5 (46.25) 87.5 (31.25)**‡‡ 41.67 (58.33) 60.0 (35.0)*
 > 1 conditions 35.0 (43.13) 46.88 (64.06)**†† 25.0 (54.17) 25.0 (60.0)*†
6 months
 No condition 69.38 (26.09)* 90.63 (21.88)** 37.5 (52.08)* 60.0 (66.25)*
 Single condition 44.69 (48.91)* 87.5 (31.25)**‡‡ 41.67 (50.0)* ‡‡ 42.5 (60.0)*
 > 1 conditions 35.63 (48.91)*†† 50.0 (59.38)**†† 25.0 (45.83)* 25.0 (51.25)*†
  1. Kruskall-Wallis tests significant at **p < 0.01 and *p < 0.05
  2. Post-hoc Mann-Whitney tests significant at ‡‡p < 0.01 and ‡p < 0.05 for Single Condition versus > 1 conditions group comparison
  3. Post-hoc Mann-Whitney tests significant at ††p < 0.01 and †p < 0.05 for No conditions versus > 1 conditions comparison
  4. FHSQ Foot health status questionnaire, IQR Interquartile range