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Table 2 Adjusted effect of subjective life expectancy on perceived health status and death

From: Subjective life expectancy is a risk factor for perceived health status and mortality

  Self-rated health Death
OR SE P-value HR SE P-value
Subjective life expectancy (%)
 0 6.778 0.069 <.0001 2.130 0.131 <.0001
 10-20 3.940 0.060 <.0001 1.805 0.137 <.0001
 30-40 2.936 0.055 <.0001 1.494 0.128 0.002
 50-60 2.094 0.049 <.0001 1.423 0.116 0.002
 70-80 1.483 0.051 <.0001 1.157 0.123 0.235
 90-100 1.000    1.000   
Age
 45-54 1.000    1.000   
 55-64 1.393 0.045 <.0001 2.138 0.151 <.0001
 65-74 1.959 0.046 <.0001 3.850 0.146 <.0001
  ≥ 74 2.415 0.051 <.0001 10.193 0.150 <.0001
Gender
 Male 0.693 0.038 <.0001 2.164 0.082 <.0001
 Female 1.000    1.000   
Residential region
 Metropolitan 1.000    1.000   
 Urban 0.944 0.040 0.150 1.428 0.098 0.000
 Rural 1.098 0.036 0.010 1.420 0.091 0.000
Education
  ≤ Elementary 2.974 0.057 <.0001 1.458 0.145 0.009
 Middle school 1.797 0.061 <.0001 1.250 0.162 0.170
 High school 1.246 0.060 0.000 1.213 0.155 0.213
  ≥ College 1.000    1.000   
Smoking status
 Non-smoker 1.000    1.000   
 Former smoker 0.780 0.044 <.0001 0.703 0.087 <.0001
 Smoker 1.140 0.048 0.006 0.912 0.100 0.360
Alcohol use
 Nothing 1.000    1.000   
 Former drinker 0.924 0.033 0.016 0.898 0.080 0.179
 Drinker 2.196 0.046 <.0001 1.011 0.103 0.918
Labor
 Yes 1.000    1.000   
 No 1.781 0.030 <.0001 1.723 0.092 <.0001
Number of chronic diseasesa
 0 1.000    1.000   
 1 1.705 0.045 <.0001 0.986 0.073 0.844
 2 3.975 0.066 <.0001 1.088 0.089 0.343
  ≥ 3 11.541 0.127 <.0001 1.187 0.111 0.121
Self-rated health
 Good     1.000   
 Bad     1.575 0.070 <.0001
  1. aHypertension, diabetes, cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, liver disease, heart disease, cerebrovascular diseases, mental illness and arthritis or rheumatoid arthritis