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Table 2 (abstract A31). Change in HRQOL and Disability From Baseline to Week 104 in sJIA and pJIA Patients*

From: Proceedings of the 2019 Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA) Annual Scientific Meeting

Variable pJIA sJIA
Baseline
n = 188
Week 104
n = 155
p Baseline
n = 112
Week 104
n = 95
p
CHAQ-DI 1.39 (0.74) 0.28 (0.45) <0.001 1.71 (0.8) 0.58 (0.72) <0.001
Activity 1.56 (0.97) 0.29 (0.58) <0.001 1.91 (0.99) 0.80 (1.06) <0.001
Rising 1.32 (0.88) 0.19 (0.48) <0.001 1.54 (0.94) 0.39 (0.73) <0.001
Dressing and grooming 1.60 (1.01) 0.30 (0.66) <0.001 1.88 (1.04) 0.73 (1.07) <0.001
Eating 1.16 (1.01) 0.25 (0.57) <0.001 1.40 (1.10) 0.38 (0.70) <0.001
Grip 1.53 (0.94) 0.43 (0.76) <0.001 1.76 (0.95) 0.56 (0.87) <0.001
Hygiene 1.30 (1.03) 0.26 (0.60) <0.001 1.73 (1.01) 0.57 (0.88) <0.001
Reach 1.57 (0.90) 0.35 (0.60) <0.001 1.93 (0.98) 0.76 (1.01) <0.001
Walking 1.11 (0.89) 0.15 (0.46) <0.001 1.55 (0.96) 0.43 (0.78) <0.001
Parent global pain assessment 52.32 (26.94) 9.79 (18.21) <0.001 58.79 (23.65) 7.28 (11.76) <0.001
Physician global assessment 61.36 (20.74) 5.88 (11.45) <0.001 66.89 (17.98) 7.40 (10.36) <0.001
Patient global assessment 52.91 (25.04) 8.77 (16.73) <0.001 58.96 (22.94) 7.25 (10.86) <0.001
  1. *Data are mean (SD). †Paired t test. CHAQ-DI, Childhood Health Assessment Questionnaire–Disability Index; HRQOL, health-related quality of life; pJIA, polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis; sJIA, systemic juvenile idiopathic arthritis