Table 3

Adjusted Odds Ratios (95% CI) for medicine received from abroad in 2007 by country of origin and sex
Men
Country of Origin Model I Model II Model III Model IV Modul V
OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P OR (95% CI) P
Men
Denmark 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
Turkey 3.07 (1.40-6.74) .005 2.59 (1.15-5.84) .021 2.61 (1.10-6.17) .029 1.89 (0.57-6.25) .295 1.65 (0.48-5.72) .430
Turkey Descendants 2.62 (1.24-5.52) .012 1.61 (0.63-4.10) .316 1.61 (0.63-4.12) .319 2.14 (0.70-6.51) .181 1.82 (0.58-5.73) .309
Women
Denmark 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
Turkey 13.62 (6.98-25.60) <.000 15.57 (7.73-31.37) <.000 18.87 (8.94-39.83) <.000 18.78 (7.2-48.91) <.000 14.00 (5.29-37.06) <.000
Turkey Descendants 6.67 (3.33-13.37) <.000 6.87 (2.83-16.64) <.000 7.81 (3.14-19.44) <.000 4.93 (1.67-14.56) .004 4.08 (1.39-11.96) .010

95% CI indicates 95% confidence interval.

Statistically significant variables (P <.05) are depicted in bold type.

Model I: Using binary logistic regression to adjust for country of origin.

Model II: Using binary logistic regression to adjust for country of origin, age.

Model III: Using binary logistic regression to adjust for country of origin, age, and marital status.

Model IV: Using binary logistic regression to adjust for country of origin, age, marital status, education, employment status, and household income.

Model V: Using binary logistic regression to adjust for country of origin, age, marital status, education, employment status, household income, physical health symptoms, and mental health symptoms.

All estimates are adjusted for all covariates, even though some of the covariates are statistically non-significant.

Nielsen et al.

Nielsen et al. BMC Health Services Research 2012 12:390   doi:10.1186/1472-6963-12-390

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