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Table 6 Odds for having multi-site pain

From: High prevalence of daily and multi-site pain – a cross-sectional population-based study among 3000 Danish adolescents

Odds for having multi-site pain Crude coef. p-value coef Adjusted coef p-value adj coef [95% CI] Adj OR
Older age 1.09 0.005 1.02 0.60 0.96- 1.09
Female gender 1.88 <0.0001 1.44 0.01 1.09-1.90
BMI (compared to quartile 0-25%, 14.0-18.9)      
BMI quartile 25-50% (18.9-20.7) 1.26 0.004 1.19 0.29 0.87- 1.63
BMI quartile 50-75% (20.7-22.6) 1.37 0.03 1.28 0.09 0.97 -1.69
BMI quartile 75-100% (22.6-40.3) 1.60 <0.0001 1.35 0.04 1.00- 1.80
EQ-5D index score (per 0.1 point increase) 0.93 <0.0001 0.94 <0.0001 0.94- 0.95
Almost daily pain 6.79 <0.0001 2.85 <0.0001 2.18-3.72
Sports participation per week (compared with 0 times per week)      
1 1.25 0.24 1.36 0.26 0.80-2.31
2 1.31 0.004 1.38 0.05 1.00-1.92
3 1.39 0.08 1.63 0.01 1.11-2.38
4 1.37 0.004 1.51 0.01 1.19-1.92
5 1.38 0.005 1.80 0.001 1.27-2.55
6 1.46 0.04 1.65 0.09 0.92-2.97
7 or more 1.66 <0.0001 1.71 0.005 1.18-2.50
  1. Univariate and multivariate logistic regression analysis. Crude coefficient shows the result from the univariate logistic regression analysis between multi-site pain and each of the six explanatory variables. Adjusted coefficients show the results from the multivariate analysis.