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Table 2 Multivariable logistic regression analysis for the association between nutritional status and BADL limitation a, b

From: The association between nutritional status and functional limitations among centenarians: a cross-sectional study

  Nutritional status p for trend
Normal At risk Malnutrition
Total population    
Crude model 1 2.952(1.506–5.787) 22.277(10.978–45.208) ˂0.001
Model 1 1 2.864(1.448–5.664) 20.955(10.169–43.179) ˂0.001
Model 2 1 2.388(1.190–4.792) 16.770(7.972–35.280) ˂0.001
Model 3 1 2.390(1.189–4.804) 17.060(8.093–35.964) ˂0.001
Man     
Crude model 1 2.340(0.658–8.319) 12.600(2.977–53.323) ˂0.001
Model 1 1 2.457(0.652–9.260) 12.438(2.702–57.259) ˂0.001
Model 2 1 2.201(0.538–9.004) 19.033(3.454-104.881) ˂0.001
Model 3 1 2.262(0.548–9.334) 19.658(3.497–110.510) ˂0.001
Woman     
Crude model 1 3.214(1.447–7.136) 25.390(11.074–58.213) ˂0.001
Model 1 1 3.176(1.421–7.102) 25.071(10.790-58.253) ˂0.001
Model 2 1 2.731(1.196–6.240) 19.913(8.340-47.548) ˂0.001
Model 3 1 2.765(1.207–6.336) 20.824(8.680–49.960) ˂0.001
  1. a Crude model: None adjusted; Model 1: Adjusted for age, sex, educational level, residence types, physical activity; Model 2: Model 1 plus hemoglobin, serum albumin, total cholesterol; Model 3: Model 2 plus diabetes, hypertension, heart disease
  2. b Described as OR (95 %CI)