TABLE 6

Logistic Regression of Baseline Morbidity on Baseline PSQ Scale and AHI

No. (%) of Participants With ImpairmentaOR (95% CI)P
Low NEPSY-A/E43 (23%)
 PSQ0.81 (0.55–1.19).28
 AHI1.07 (0.74–1.53).73
High BRIEF51 (28%)
 PSQ3.15 (2.02–4.91)<.0001
 AHI0.68 (0.44–1.06).09
High Connors47 (25%)
 PSQ4.23 (2.54–7.05)<.0001
 AHI0.80 (0.52–1.22).30
High CBCL50 (28%)
 PSQ3.13 (2.00–4.91)<.0001
 AHI0.87 (0.58–1.29).48
Low PedsQL (child)61 (33%)
 PSQ1.58 (1.13–2.22).008
 AHI0.89 (0.63–1.24).48
Low PedsQL (parent)56 (30%)
 PSQ2.52 (1.69–3.75)<.0001
 AHI1.10 (0.77–1.55).61
High OSAS-1849 (27%)
 PSQ5.70 (3.24–10.05)<.0001
 AHI1.29 (0.86–1.94).22
High ESS48 (26%)
 PSQ1.84 (1.26–2.68).002
 AHI0.96 (0.68–1.38).84
  • Logistic regression adjusted for age, gender, race, and BMI z score. PSQ score and AHI normalized to model the effect of a 1-SD increase (equivalent to 0.18 points on the PSQ or 5.8 points for the AHI), after adjustment for the baseline value of the other predictor and other covariates in the model.

  • a Clinically meaningful impairment defined for this analysis as a morbidity score ≥0.5 SD worse than baseline mean.