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Table 2 Odds of a child/young person without any reported disabling chronic condition in 1991 being reported as having developed a disabling chronic condition by 2001

From: Is the onset of disabling chronic conditions in later childhood associated with exposure to social disadvantage in earlier childhood? a prospective cohort study using the ONS Longitudinal Study for England and Wales

Independent variables Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Socio-economic disadvantage index     
No disadvantage Reference Reference Reference Reference
Disadvantaged in 3 2·20 (1·86,2·59) 2·21 (1·87,2·62) 2·20 (1·87,2·62) 2·11 (1·76,2·53)
Disadvantaged in 2 1·49 (1·25,1·79) 1·50 (1·26,1·80) 1·51 (1·26,1·81) 1·45 (1·20,1·75)
Disadvantaged in 1 1·15 (0·94,1·41) 1·15 (0·94,1·41) 1·16 (0·95,1·41) 1·14 (0·93,1·39)
Sex (girls as reference) - 1·20 (1·10,1·31) 1·20 (1·10,1·31) 1·20 (1·10,1·31)
Age (<1 as reference) - 1·02 (1·01,1·03) 1·02 (1·01,1·03) 1·02 (1·01,1·03)
Ethnicity* (White as reference)    0·99 (0·92,1·08) 0·99 (0·92,1·08)
Family status (2 adult household as reference) - - - 1·11 (0·97,1·27)
  1. *Ethnicity – white vs. all other.