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Table 4 Psychosocial factors related to weight of participants according to having or not having type 2 diabetes

From: Comparison of eating disorders and eating behaviors in adults with and without type 2 diabetes prior to bariatric surgery

  Type 2 diabetes (n = 142) Non-type 2 diabetes (n = 142) P-value
ISEL, score 29.31 ± 3.59 30.45 ± 3.801 0.05
Hospital admission due to psychological problems    
 Yes 3 (1.7%) 13 (9.3%) 0.15
 No 139 (98.3%) 129 (90.7%)  
Use of medication due to psychological problems    
 Yes 50 (35.6%) 45 (31.3%)  
 No 92 (64.4%) 97 (68.7%) 0.66
Mental health assessment prior to bariatric surgery    
 Yes 24 (16.9%) 30 (21.3%) 0.684
 No 118 (83.1%) 112 (78.7%)  
BDI score 17.02 ± 10.744 15.02 ± 10.862 0.26
Depression level    
 Minimal 56 (38.5%) 71 (50.0%)  
 Mild 22 (15.4%) 25 (20.4%) 0.371
 Moderate 42 (30.8%) 22 (16.9%)  
 Severe 22 (15.4%) 24 (12.7%)  
IWQOL-Lite    
 Total score 93.77 ± 20.97 92.25 ± 26.99 0.7
 Physical function score 30.25 ± 8.69 30.83 ± 11.02 0.722
 Self-Esteem score 22.97 ± 6.42 20.58 ± 8.34 0.05
 Sexual life score 12.00 ± 4.74 10.36 ± 6.65 0.09
 Public Distress score 17.66 ± 5.00 17.34 ± 5.14 0.69
 Work score 10.54 ± 5.97 13.07 ± 5.28 0.003
  1. ISEL Interpersonal support evaluation list, BDI Beck depression inventory, IWQOL-Lite impact of weight on quality of life-lite