TABLE 2

QoL and Symptom Measures According to Treatment Arm at Baseline

OutcomeeAT Baseline WWSC Baseline PaPb
PedsQL (parent) total77.9 ± 15.476.7 ± 15.5.33.30
 PedsQL (parent) emotional function78.2 ± 18.673.3 ± 19.6<.01<.01
 PedsQL (parent) physical function80.3 ± 20.383.1 ± 18.3.12.19
 PedsQL (parent) school function74.4 ± 19.673.2 ± 20.1.44.49
 PedsQL (parent) social function84.2 ± 19.081.9 ± 19.3.17.17
PedsQL (child) total68.3 ± 16.167.6 ± 14.8.59.49
 PedsQL (child) emotional function66.0 ± 23.264.5 ± 23.5.46.36
 PedsQL (child) physical function73.3 ± 18.273.5 ± 17.0.91.90
 PedsQL (child) school function63.1 ± 21.765.4 ± 19.4.23.26
 PedsQL (child) social function68.3 ± 24.864.0 ± 24.2.05.06
OSA-18 total53.1 ± 18.354.1 ± 18.8.55.36
 OSA-18 sleep disturbance3.8 ± 1.43.8 ± 1.5.76.96
 OSA-18 emotional distress2.4 ± 1.52.6 ± 1.8.20.18
 OSA-18 physical suffering2.7 ± 1.42.7 ± 1.3.61.91
 OSA-18 daytime problems2.8 ± 1.42.9 ± 1.5.42.37
 OSA-18 caregiver concerns2.8 ± 1.53.0 ± 1.5.22.18
PSQ-SRBD total0.5 ± 0.20.5 ± 0.2.47.49
 PSQL snoring subscale0.8 ± 0.30.8 ± 0.3.85.66
 PSQL sleepiness subscale0.4 ± 0.30.5 ± 0.3.49.52
 PSQL behavior subscale0.4 ± 0.30.5 ± 0.3.34.43
SLSC total (mESS)7.1 ± 4.77.5 ± 5.2.23.25
  • Data are presented as mean ± SD.

  • a Adjusting for stratified variables only: site, race (African American versus non–African American), age (5–7 vs 8–10 years old), and overweight (≥85th vs <85th BMI percentile).

  • b Adjusting for site, race (African American versus non–African American), age (continuous), obese, gender, maternal education (less than high school, high school or higher, or missing/not sure), income (>$30 000, ≤$30 000, or missing), and baseline log AHI.