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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Association between depression and chewing problem using multiple logistic regression

Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
OR 95%CI P OR 95%CI P OR 95%CI P
Diagnosis of depression
Nondepression 1 1 1
Depression 1.83 1.55 - 2.16 < 0.001 1.60 1.34 - 1.92 < 0.001 1.90 1.50 - 2.41 < 0.001
Levels of depression
None (0 - 4) 1 1 1
Mild (5 - 9) 0.75 0.59 - 0.95 0.015 0.91 0.71 - 1.18 0.483 0.566 0.35 - 0.92 0.02
Moderate (10 - 14) 1.27 0.97 - 1.67 0.078 1.84 1.37 - 2.46 < 0.001 1.072 0.64 - 1.79 0.79
Moderately severe (15 - 19) 2.19 11.54 - 3.12 < 0.001 2.82 1.93 - 4.14 < 0.001 1.277 0.72 - 2.25 .040
Severe (20 - 27) 2.62 1.68 - 4.08 < 0.001 2.97 1.83 - 4.82 < 0.001 1.325 0.70 - 2.52 0.39

Model 1 was unadjusted odds ratio. Model 2 was adjusted by age, and sex. Model 3 was fully adjusted by age, sex, and other environmental factors such as smoking, alcohol consumption, educational level, household income, and comorbidities.

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