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Table 3 Factors associated with an increase in ADL outcome at 2-month follow-up

From: Factors associated to functioning and health in relation to home rehabilitation in Sweden: a non-randomized pre-post intervention study

Variables Bivariate logistic regression (n = 155) Multivariate logistic regression (n = 155)
  OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Gender (reference category Female = 0)
 Male .58 .29–1.15 .71 .32–1.60
 Age .99 .96–1.03 .98 .93–1.02
Living situation (reference category Living alone = 0)
 Cohabiting .80 .41–1.54 .96 .43–2.17
 Training sessions per week by OT 1.19 .65–2.17 1.30 .62–2.72
 Training sessions per week by PT .98 .61–1.59 .87 .45–1.69
 Length of home rehabilitation in weeks .90 .79–1.02 .90 .79–1.04
Main reason for home rehabilitation (reference category Multimorbidity and/or frailty = 0)
 Neurological conditions (excl. stroke) .32 .03–3.33 .31 .03–3.76
 Stroke (both acute and post) 1.78 .63–5.07 1.85 .63–5.45
 Orthopaedic conditions (upper extremities and spine) 4.41* 1.07–18.09 4.14 .95–18.01
 Orthopaedic conditions (lower extremities and pelvis) 2.58 .99–6.71 2.62 .94–7.33
 Mobility limitations incl. fall risk (condition not specified) .71 .20–2.47 .73 .20–2.73
 Conditions in the circulatory and respiratory systems 3.31 .91–12.06 2.83 .74–10.85
  1. Abbreviations: OR, Odds Ratio; 95% CI, 95% Confidence Interval; OT, occupational therapist; PT, physiotherapist
  2. P-value: *p < 0.05