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Table 4 Linear regression model for factors associated with HRR1 and HRR2

From: Factors associated with parasympathetic activation following exercise in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: a cross-sectional study

  HRR1 HRR2
Variable β t (p) β t (p)
Cardiovascular risk factors     
 Age −0.26 −1.25 (.21) −0.46 −1.91 (.06)
 Triglycerides −21.69 −1.48 (.14) −6.03 −0.37 (.71)
 VO2 peak 0.05 0.11 (.91) 0.45 −0.98 (.32)
 Framingham risk score 0.09 0.01 (.99) −2.72 −0.25 (.79)
 Resting SBPa    −0.07 −0.69 (.48)
 HOMAa    −2.51 −0.16 (.86)
Inflammatory markers     
 WBC −0.57 −0.66 (.51) −0.01 −0.02 (.98)
 Fibrinogen −3.18 −1.36 (.17) −2.24 −0.94 (.34)
 hsCRPb 0.86 0.16 (.87)   
 ESR 4.49 0.70 (.48) 6.62 0.99 (.32)
Wellbeing     
 Vitality 1.27 0.98 (.32) 2.09 1.78 (.07)
 EuroQolb 33.65 1.09 (.27)   
R2 and p-value of the model R2 p R2 p
  0.297 0.009 0.379 0.001
  1. aIndicates variable that was not correlated with HRR1 in univariate analyses, therefore, was not included in model 1
  2. bIndicates variable that was not correlated with HRR2 in univariate analyses, therefore, was not included in model 2
  3. p value in bold indicate statistical significance