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Table 2 Logistic regression models for hsCRP and fibrinogen

From: The differential impact of subjective and objective aspects of social engagement on cardiovascular risk factors

  hsCRP fibrinogen
  Model 1 Model 2 Model 1 Model 2
  OR(95% CI) OR(95% CI) OR(95% CI) OR(95% CI)
Age 1.156 1.186 1.202 1.222
  (1.082 - 1.234)** (1.109 - 1.268)** (1.129 - 1.279)** ( 1.148-1.303)**
Age squared 0.999 0.999 0.999 0.999
  (0.999 - 1.000)** (0.998 - 0.999)** (0.998 - 0.999)** (0.998 - 0.999)**
Female 2.923 3.025 1.772 1.765
  (1.309 - 6.527)** (1.338 - 6.843)** (0.795-3.953) (0.781-3.993)
Age*sex 0.986 0.985 0.993 0.994
  (0.974 - 0.998)* (0.974 - 0.997)* (0.982 - 1.006) (0.982 - 1.006)
Education 0.884 0.903 0.872 0.892
  (0.825 - 0.947)** (0.842 - 0.968)** (0.795- 3.953)** (0.831-0.957)**
Married 0.908 0.947 0.875 0.927
  (0.791 - 1.043) (0.823 - 1.091) (0.765 - 1.001)* (0.807-1.063)
Social participation 0.902 0.934 0.889 0.929
  (0.846 - 0.962)** (0.875 - 0.997)* (0.834 - 0.948)** (0.871 - 0.992)*
Social ties 0.971 0.97 0.976 0.973
  (0.912 - 1.034) (0.911 - 1.034) (0.917-1.038) (0.914-1.036)
Emotional support 1.025 1.041 0.925 0.95
  (0.877 - 1.199) (0.885 - 1.223) (0.801 - 1.067) (0.818 - 1.102)
ADL 1.422 1.283 1.527 1.402
  (1.231 - 1.642)** (1.105 - 1.490)** (1.329 - 1.755)** (1.213 - 1.621)**
Depression 1.007 0.960 1.115 1.049
  (0.869 - 1.166) (0.826 - 1.115) (0.968 - 1.283)* (0.9081 - 1.212)
CVD 0.983 0.940 1.083 1.041
  (0.838 - 1.153) (0.799 - 1.106) (0.929 - 1.263) (0.890-1.217)
Chronic disease 1.269 1.224 1.118 1.081
  (1.158 - 1.390)** (1.115 - 1.344)** (1.024 - 1.221)* (0.987 - 1.182)
Never smoked   0.643   0.563
   (0.549 - 0.753)**   (0.4832 - 0.655)**
Physical activity   0.851   0.851
   (0.805 - 0.899)**   (0.805 - 0.889)**
Seasonality    1.196 1.190
    ( 1.136-1.258)** ( 1.130-1.254)**
  1. 95% confidence intervals in parentheses
  2. * significant at 5%; ** significant at 1%
  3. Model 1 controls for age, gender, education, and comorbidity (physical ability, depression, chronic conditions and cardiovascular disease)
  4. Model 2 contains all adjustments from Model 1 with addition of health behaviours