Table 2

Unadjusted associations between subject characteristics and psychosis
Variable Odds Ratio* 95% CI P-Value
Age § 0.91 (0.69, 1.20) 0.51
25_OH_D § 0.95 (0.90, 0.99) 0.04
Vitamin D Deficient vs. Not Deficient 3.52 (1.38,8.95) 0.008
BMI § 0.99 (0.94, 1.06) 0.88
CHOL § 0.99 (0.96, 1.01) 0.23
Calcium § 1.70 (0.53, 5.46) 0.38
DBP § 1.01 (0.96, 1.06) 0.73
GLU § 1.02 (0.99, 1.05) 0.07
HDL § 0.98 (0.93, 1.03) 0.40
LDL § 0.99 (0.97, 1.02) 0.71
Pulse § 1.00 (0.97, 1.03) 0.88
SBP § 0.99 (0.96, 1.03) 0.81
Trigl § 0.99 (0.97, 1.01) 0.23
Gender Female vs. Male 0.60 (0.23, 1.58) 0.30
Extended Family Psychosis 2.32 (0.60, 8.99) 0.22
Immediate Family Psychosis 5.92 (1.52, 23.11) 0.01
Onset at Adolescence vs. Prepuberty 1.78 (0.68, 4.68) 0.24
Living in Urban vs. Rural/Suburban setting 1.40 (0.33, 5.89) 0.64
Inpatient vs. Outpatient Status 1.22 (0.77, 3.12) 0.69
Private Insurance vs. Medicaid 0.45 (0.18, 1.13) 0.09
Race 0.16
Black vs. White 0.95 (0.24, 3.79) 0.95
Other vs. White ** 3.81 (1.08,13.42) 0.04
Smoking (Yes vs. No) 2.92 (0.94, 9.07) 0.06
Current Medication †
Antidepressants 0.19 (0.006, 0.41) 0.004
Antipsychotics 1.44 (0.57, 3.70) 0.44
Anticonvulsants 0.88 (0.26, 2.98) 0.84
Benzodiazepines 0.62 (0.03, 4.08) 0.67
Other Medications 0.89 (0.33, 2.41) 0.82
Past Medication
Antidepressants 1.22 (0.49,,3.02) 0.67
Antipsychotics 1.81 (0.63, 5.14) 0.27
Anticonvulsants 1.07 (0.35, 3.30) 0.91
Benzodiazepines 6.78 (0.59, 78.15) 0.13
Other Medications 0.89 (0.17,,4.61) 0.89
Stimulants 0.58 (0.15, 2.20) 0.43

Bolded text denotes significance at p < 0.05.

*Odds ratios greater than one indicates increased odds of psychosis.

§ Odds ratio is expressed for a unit increase in the independent variable.

** Other includes Asian and Biracial.

† Current Stimulants evidenced 0 cell count which resulted in questionable model fit.

Gracious et al.

Gracious et al. BMC Psychiatry 2012 12:38   doi:10.1186/1471-244X-12-38

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