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Table 3 Multivariable logistic regression of past 30 days nonmedical use of TSSp among the school population aged 14 to 18 years in Spain. ESTUDES Survey 2004–2014

From: Gender differences in the nonmedical use of psychoactive medications in the school population- national trends and related factors

   Male Female
OR (95% CI) aOR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) aOR(95% CI)
Occupational status of parents Employed both 1 1 1 1
Employed one 1.23(1.031.48) 1.09(0.87–1.38) 1.23(1.10–1.37) 1.17(1.01–1.35)
Unemployed both 2.10(1.70–2.60) 1.59(1.13–2.24) 1.71(1.40–2.11) 1.37(1.04–1.80)
Alcohol use in the past 30 days s No 1 1 1 1
Yes 2.67(2.31–3.09) 1.57(1.26–1.95) 1.94(1.74–2.16) 1.47(1.25–1.73)
Any cigarette smoking in the past 30 days No 1 1 1 1
Yes 2.54(2.23–2.90) 1.21(0.98–1.49) 2.00(1.83–2.21) 1.43(1.24–1.67)
Any marijuana use in the past 30 days No 1 1 1 1
Yes 3.57(3.14–4.07) 1.54(1.24–1.91) 2.31(2.09–2.55) 1.26(1.07–1.48)
Any illicit psychoactive drug use other than marijuana in the last 12 months No 1 1 1 1
Yes 11.44(9.88–13.25) 6.21(4.97–7.77) 6.32(5.43–7.35) 3.38(2.70–4.23)
Perceived health risk for consumption of TSSp Quite a few/many problems 1 1 1 1
No/few problems 4.07(3.55–4.67) 3.04(2.55–3.62) 3.74(3.36–4.17) 2.92(2.55–3.33)
Perceived availability of TSSp Impossible/very difficult to obtain 1 1 1 1
Easy/very easy to obtain 2.97(2.50–3.53) 2.20(1.77–2.74) 4.18(3.64–4.82) 3.51(2.98–4.14)
  1. OR odds ratio, aOR adjusted OR, CI confidence interval