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Table 3 Factors independently associated with depression in people with and without stroke

From: The prevalence of stroke and depression and factors associated with depression in elderly people with and without stroke

  No stroke Stroke
  PR (95 % CI) PR (95 % CI)
Women 0.99 (0.83–1.15) 1.16 (0.75–1.56)
Age 1.01 (0.99–1.02) 1.01 (0.98–1.04)
Urban 1.09 (0.93–1.26)
MI 1.10 (0.80–1.40)
Cancer 1.12 (0.90–1.33)
Diabetes 1.26 (1.04–1.48)
Dep. P-ADL 0.85 (0.53–1.16) 2.02 (1.46–2.58)
Dep. I-ADL 1.53 (1.32–1.73)
Imp. vision 1.39 (0.86–1.91) 1.48 (0.59–2.38)
Imp. hearing 1.07 (0.47–1.66)
Weight loss 0.99 (0.66–1.31)
Lives alone 1.78 (1.57–2.00) 1.31 (0.87–1.75)
No one to talk 1.96 (1.59–2.33) 1.00 (0.27–1.73)
Poor finances 1.91 (1.63–2.20) 1.31 (0.72–1.89)
Pain problem 1.55 (1.31–1.80) 1.56 (0.94–2.18)
Life crisis 1.79 (1.57–2.01) 1.53 (1.02–2.05)
  1. PR prevalence ratio, CI confidence interval, MI myocardial infarction, Dep. P-ADL dependence in personal activities of daily living, Dep. I-ADL dependence in instrumental activities of daily living, Imp. vision impaired vision, Imp. hearing impaired hearing. Associations were estimated as prevalence ratios, using multivariate log-binomial regression analyses
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