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Table 4 Odds ratio (OR) with 95% confidence interval (CI) for changes in degree of independence in Activities of Daily Living (ADL) 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”

  Control n=76 Intervention n=85
  % (n) OR1 % (n) OR (95% CI)
Improved ADL        
three-month 24 (18) 1 42 (36) 2.37 (1.20-4.68)
six-month 28 (21) 1 36 (31) 1.50 (0.77-2.94)
twelve-month 24 (18) 1 39 (33) 2.04 (1.03-4.06)
Maintained ADL        
three-month 43 (33) 1 38 (32) 0.79 (0.42-1.48)
six-month 26 (20) 1 32 (28) 1.30 (0.66-2.59)
twelve-month 29 (22) 1 24 (20) 0.76 (0.37-1.53)
Decreased ADL        
three-month 33 (25) 1 20 (17) 0.51 (0.25-1.04)
six-month 46 (35) 1 31 (26) 0.52 (0.27-0.98)
twelve-month 47 (36) 1 38 (32) 0.67 (0.36-1.26)
  1. 1 = reference, participants in the control group.