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Table 5 Odd ratios for the general characteristics to each component of the EQ-5D

From: Number of remaining teeth and health-related quality of life: the Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2010–2012

Odds ratio (95% CI)
  Mobility Self-care Usual activity Pain/discomfort Anxiety/depression
Age 0.957
(0.949,0.965)
0.941
(0.93,0.953)
0.957
(0.949,0.965)
0.982
(0.977,0.987)
0.991
(0.984,0.997)
Men 0.595
(0.512,0.692)
0.839
(0.648,1.087)
0.701
(0.579,0.849)
0.582
(0.518,0.654)
0.428
(0.361,0.509)
BMI 0.936
(0.915,0.958)
0.989
(0.957,1.022)
0.984
(0.96,1.008)
0.975
(0.959,0.992)
0.997
(0.975,1.019)
smoking 0.708
(0.579,0.865)
0.622
(0.458,0.843)
0.701
(0.554,0.887)
0.86
(0.74,1)
0.746
(0.61,0.911)
Alcohol 1.315
(1.131,1.528)
1.261
(1,1.59)
1.339
(1.14,1.574)
1.147
(1.028,1.279)
1.109
(0.957,1.284)
exercise 1.065
(0.909,1.247)
1.126
(0.835,1.519)
0.958
(0.793,1.159)
0.961
(0.847,1.091)
0.969
(0.823,1.142)
Income (Q1) 0.548
(0.474,0.634)
0.521
(0.397,0.684)
0.412
(0.348,0.488)
0.616
(0.545,0.695)
0.495
(0.418,0.587)
Education ≥13 years 2.464
(2.078,2.922)
1.709
(1.269,2.303)
2.169
(1.772,2.655)
1.548
(1.359,1.762)
1.272
(1.063,1.523)
spouse 0.838
(0.729,0.964)
0.734
(0.587,0.917)
0.734
(0.624,0.862)
0.894
(0.791,1.01)
0.91
(0.775,1.069)
  1. The p-values were obtained by multiple logistic regression analysis
  2. Adjusted for age, sex, body mass index, smoking, drinking, exercise, income, education, and metabolic syndrome
  3. EQ-5D; The EuroQoL five-dimension questionnaire