Table 3

Association between health insurance status and CES-D scale scoresa
7-month follow up CES-d, OR (95%CI) P value 20-month follow up CES-d, OR (95%CI) P value
Ordinal regression adjusted with baseline CES-D
Non-insurance 1.61 (1.31-1.98) <.001 2.11 (1.59-2.80) <.001
Insurance to None 1.22 (0.85-1.75) .29 2.15 (1.51-3.06) <.001
Non to Insurance 1.02 (0.70-1.49) .91 1.57 (1.22-2.03) <.001
insurance 1 1
Ordinal regression adjusted with baseline CES-D, city, sex, ethnicity , age, education, marriage, employment, Dibao, life events.
Non-insurance 1.44 (1.12-1.86) .005 1.92 (1.39-2.65) <.001
Insurance to None 1.21 (0.84-1.73) .31 2.09 (1.45-3.00) <.001
Non to Insurance 0.94 (0.65-1.37) .76 1.45 (1.09-1.94) .01
insurance 1 . 1 .
Ordinal regression adjusted with all above plus physical exercise, drink, smoke, BMI and 4-week disease
Non-insurance 1.4 (1.09-1.82) .01 1.89 (1.36-2.62) <.001
Insurance to None 1.22 (0.85-1.76) .28 2.1 (1.44-3.05) <.001
Non to Insurance 0.92 (0.63-1.35) .67 1.45 (1.09-1.95) .01
insurance 1 . 1 .

A The OR reflects the cumulative probabilities of CES-D scale scores ≥26 vs CES-D scale scores 25 or less.

Tian et al.

Tian et al. BMC Psychiatry 2012 12:151   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-151

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