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Table 2 Univariate aanalyses of associated factors with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes (n = 592)

From: Association of depression with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes among adults aged between 25 to 60 years in Karachi, Pakistan

Characteristics Cases (n = 296) n(%) Controls (n = 296) n(%) Unadjusted mOR# (95% C.I.**)
Depression level +1    
- Moderate to severe 103 (34.80%) 63 (21.28%) 2.79 (1.84, 4.32)++
- Mild 73 (24.66%) 40 (13.51%) 3.13 (1.94, 5.06)++
Marital status (single) +2 69 (23.31%) 45 (15.20%) 1.77 (1.14, 2.76)++
Nuclear family type +3 209 (70.61%) 175 (59.12%) 1.71 (1.12, 2.44)++
Family h/o diabetes +4 106 (35.81%) 64 (21.62%) 1.93 (1.35, 2.77)++
H/o high blood pressure +5 195 (65.88%) 173 (58.45%) 1.42 (0.99, 2.03)++
H/o gestational diabetes +6 23 (7.77%) 6 (2.03%) 3.83 (1.56, 9.41)++
BMI +7    
- Obese 140 (47.30%) 150 (50.68%) 1.11 (0.76, 1.64)++
- Overweight 77 (26.01%) 52 (17.57%) 1.81 (1.12, 2.92)++
  1. + References: +1 no depression, +2 married, +3 extended family type, +4 no family history of diabetes, +5 no history of high BP, +6 no history of gestational diabetes, +7 healthy
  2. ++ Significant: at P < .25 # matched odds ratio ** Confidence Interval