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Table 3 Odds ratio (OR) and 95% confidence interval (CI) for changes in levels of frailty at follow-ups

From: One-year outcome of frailty indicators and activities of daily living following the randomised controlled trial; “Continuum of care for frail older people”

Changes in levels of frailty Control n= 76 Intervention n= 85
  % (n) OR1 % (n) OR (95% CI)
Improved        
three-month 13 (10) 1 8 (7) 0.59 (0.21-1.64)
six-month 17 (13) 1 12 (10) 0.65 (0.27-1.57)
twelve-month 22 (17) 1 12 (10) 0.46 (0.20-1.09)
Maintained        
three-month 76 (58) 1 78 (66) 1.08 (0.52-2.25)
six-month 75 (57) 1 74 (63) 0.95 (0.47-1.94)
twelve-month 68 (52) 1 74 (63) 1.32 (0.67-2.62)
Decreased        
three-month 11 (8) 1 14 (12) 1.40 (0.54-3.63)
six-month 8 (6) 1 14 (12) 1.92 (0.68-5.39)
twelve-month 9 (7) 1 14 (12) 1.62 (0.60-4.32)
  1. 1 = reference, participants in the control group.