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Table 2 Adjusted ORs of participants reporting “Moderate or Severe problems” across each of the 5 EQ5D domains

From: How does multimorbidity affect middle-aged adults? A cross-sectional survey in the Singapore primary healthcare setting

Mobility Self-care Activities of daily living Pain / discomfort Mood
Adjusted OR (C.I) p-value Adjusted OR (C.I) p-value Adjusted OR (C.I) p-value Adjusted OR (C.I) p-value Adjusted OR (C.I) p-value
1.41 (0.69–2.89) 0.35 -c -c 1.37 (0.57–3.29) 0.48 2.04 (1.22–3.40) 0.01* 1.06 (0.58–1.91) 0.86
  1. Adjusted for age, gender, ethnicity, language, marital status, education, employment, household income, dwelling, home ownership and living arrangement
  2. c Unadjusted OR for the domain of self-care domain is 13,133,941.80, as all participants without multimorbidity reported “No problems” with self-care, while only 1 participant with multimorbidity reported “Moderate problems” with self-care
  3. *p-value < 0.05