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Table 3 Result of subgroup analysis regarding the association between type of care and the incidence of hip fracture by factors

From: Incidence of hip fracture among long-term care insurance beneficiaries with dementia: comparison of home care and institutional care services

Variable Type of care
Institutional care Home care
Total HRb 95% CI HRb 95% CI
Sex
 Male 3.54 1.24 10.09 1.00   
 Female 4.73 2.96 7.53 1.00   
Region
 Urban 4.26 2.27 7.90 1.00   
 Rural 4.69 2.60 8.44 1.00   
Having danger of fracture based on the mandatory assessment for long term care benefita
 Yes 4.09 2.53 6.62 1.00   
 No 5.27 2.15 12.92 1.00   
Ambulatory status
 Ambulatory 2.21 0.61 8.02 1.00   
 Partially ambulatory 4.96 2.24 11.00 1.00   
 Not ambulatory 4.62 2.69 7.94 1.00   
  1. aThe record regarding having danger of fracture was based on the information of patients’ mandatory assessment data, which is requested to qualify to become long-term care beneficiaries
  2. bAdjusted for age, sex, region, income level, primary caregiver, cohabitant, having danger of fracture based on the mandatory assessment for long-term care benefit, LTCI benefit coverage level, CCI, LTCAS, ADL, cognitive function score, ambulatory status, and ownership type