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Table 2 Multivariate logistic regression model predicting co-morbid depression (BDI score ≥ 14) by demographic, clinical, and behavior factors (n = 412)

From: Prevalence and influencing factors of co-morbid depression in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a General Hospital based study

Variables OR (95 % CI)
Demographic factors  
Men 1.13(0.57,2.24)
Age  
  40–59 years vs. <40 years 0.29(0.09,0.97)
  ≥60 years vs. <40 years 0.58(0.15,2.27)
High school or less 0.94(0.45,1.80)
Being single 2.51(1.29,4.90)
Employment status  
  Unemployed vs. employed 4.39(0.89,21.77)
  Retired vs. employed 0.74(0.31,1.76)
Insurance  
  UEMI vs. GIS 2.38(1.12,5.04)
  URMI vs. GIS 0.95(0.40,2.27)
  NCMS vs. GIS 0.18(0.19,1.82)
  Other insurance vs. GIS 1.64(0.38,7.06)
  None insurance vs. GIS 0.77(0.22,2.65)
Social support 0.76(0.69,0.83)
Clinical factors  
HbA1c ≥7.00 % 1.89(1.10,3.53)
BMI ≥25 kg/m2 1.12(1.02,1.24)
History of diabtes 0.49(0.26,0.90)
Duration of diabetes 1.11(0.72,1.72)
Diabetes complications 1.12(0.94,1.34)
Oral agents 1.05(0.41,2.73)
Insulin 1.93(0.99,3.82)
Behavior factors  
Smoking currently 1.02(0.45,2.32)
Drinking currently 0.65(0.30,1.42)
Excise times per week 0.92(0.46,1.86)
Sleeping hours per day 0.82(0.67,1.00)