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Table 5 Multiple logistic regression analyses considering cognitive impairment, dependence by Barthel Index and Lawton and Brody Index, and depression as dependent variables, and diabetes as independent variable

From: Cognitive impairment and dependence of patients with diabetes older than 65 years old in an urban area (DERIVA study)

Cognitive impairment
  OR IC 95 % OR P value
Model 1 2.036 1.044–3.970 0.037
Model 2 2.384 1.142–4.979 0.021
Model 3 2.746 1.213–6.217 0.015
Model 4 2.940 1.259–6.866 0.013
Dependent variable: Cognitive Impairment. Independent variable: Diabetes
Dependence by Barthel Index
  OR IC 95 % OR P value
Model 1 1.794 0.951–3.386 0.071
Model 2 1.514 0.771–2.974 0.228
Model 3 1.383 0.641–2.987 0.409
Model 4 1.398 0.646–3.023 0.394
Dependent variable: Dependence by Barthel Index. Independent variable: Diabetes
Dependence by Lawton and Brody Index
  OR IC 95 % OR P value
Model 1 0.630 0.355–1.118 0.114
Model 2 0.635 0.351–1.151 0.134
Model 3 0.539 0.274–1.060 0.073
Model 4 0.517 0.258–1.034 0.062
Dependent variable: Dependence by Lawton and Brody Index. Independent variable: Diabetes
Dependence by depression
  OR IC 95 % OR P value
Model 1 0.881 0.350–2.220 0.789
Model 2 0.876 0.343–2.234 0.781
Model 3 0.892 0.344–2.315 0.814
Dependent variable: Depression. Independent variable: Diabetes
  1. All models were adjusted for: Model 1: Age and Gender. Model 2: Age, Gender, Years of education, sedentary lifestyle, and BMI. Model 3: Age, Gender, Years of education, sedentary lifestyle, BMI, Blood Pressure Diastolic, and Cholesterol total. Model 4: Age, Gender, Years of education, sedentary lifestyle, BMI, Blood Pressure Diastolic, Total cholesterol and depression