Self-reported general health was significantly lower in stroke survivors, with 22% reporting poor health, compared with 7% of controls.
What does SRGH stand for?
SRGH stands for Self-Reported General Health
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These included self-reported general health status; self-reported mental health status; whether the respondent's reasons for receiving counseling or treatment in the past year included getting help for alcohol or drug use, age, gender, race/ ethnicity; education; and income.
Self-reported general health of the sample as a whole is reflected in the General Health scale score (GH), and compared to the GH for the wider population in Table 2.
Health Measures The dependent variable in the health equation is self-reported general health status.
Self-Reported General Health Status Table 3 shows that the probability and volume of physician use increased as health status declined.