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Table 5 Receiver Operator Characteristics of PF, SF, MF and their various combinations

From: A bio-psycho-social approach for frailty amongst Singaporean Chinese community-dwelling older adults – evidence from the Singapore Longitudinal Aging Study

 Areas Under ROC
 Cross-Sectional AnalysisLongitudinal Analysis
 Functional DisabilitySevere DisabilityFunctional DisabilityMortalityNursing Home Referral
Social Frailty (SF)0.553 (0.533–0.573)0.677 (0.586–0.768)0.541 (0.503–0.578)0.564 (0.540–0.587)0.673 (0.598–0.748)
Mental Frailty (MF)0.592 (0.570–0.614)0.766 (0.692–0.839)0.536 (0.494–0.576)0.594 (0.568–0.620)0.621 (0.551–0.701)
Physical Frailty (PF)0.610 (0.587–0.632)0.728 (0.681–0.774)0.579 (0.533–0.624)0.608 (0.583–0.634)0.613 (0.544–0.682)
Physical and Social Frailty (PSF)0.641 (0.616–0.666)0.900 (0.829–0.971)0.600 (0.550–0.650)0.648 (0.618–0.677)0.685 (0.607–0.763)
Physical and Mental Frailty (PMF)0.654 (0.628–0.679)0.892 (0.819–0.965)0.597 (0.547–0.647)0.654 (0.625–0.683)0.656 (0.577–0.735)
Physical, Mental and Social Frailty (PMSF)0.656 (0.630–0.682)0.901 (0.825–0.976)0.603 (0.552–0.654)0.661 (0.631–0.691)0.707 (0.628–0.786)
  1. Footnotes: 95% confidence intervals are enclosed within brackets