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Table 3 Results from multivariable logistic regression analysis of the association of CDI and ODI with EQ-5D-5 L dimensions, adjusted for age, sex, marital status and BMI

From: The relationship between individual-level deprivation and health-related quality of life

Deprivation indexMobilitySelf-CareUsual ActivitiesPain/DiscomfortAnxiety/Depression
OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)
CDI (1 Most well off) – reference
 21.61 (1.34, 1.95)1.80 (1.25, 2.60)1.40 (1.18, 1.66)1.37 (1.19, 1.16)1.01 (0.88, 1.17)
 32.31 (1.86, 2.88)2.62 (1.75, 3.9)1.87 (1.53, 2.29)1.77 (1.49, 2.10)1.33 (1.12, 1.58)
 44.30 (3.20, 5.80)6.2 (3.92, 9.81)2.93 (2.21, 3.89)2.63 (2.01, 3.45)2.14 (1.67, 2.74)
 5 (Least well off)6.90 (4.53, 10.52)6.88 (3.77, 12.57)5.90 (3.95, 8.81)3.92 (2.53, 6.08)3.32 (2.25, 4.90)
ODI (Score 0–1) - reference
 Score 2–104.17 (3.10, 5.62)4.47 (3.10, 6.44)5.21 (3.90, 6.97)4.35 (2.97, 6.38)3.61 (2.69, 4.83)
  1. CDI Canadian Deprivation Index
  2. ODI Ontario Deprivation Index
  3. BMI Body Mass Index
  4. All associations were statistically significant at p value < 0.05