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Table 4 Unconditional logistic regression subgroup analysis by gender comparing urolithiasis risk between healthcare providers (HCPs)

From: Urolithiasis risk: a comparison between healthcare providers and the general population

  Number (%) Crude OR (95 % CI) AOR (95 % CI)
Males    
 Physicians (n = 40,963) 1,423 (3.47) 0.970 (0.854–1.103) 0.698 (0.611–0.798)*
 Pharmacists (n = 9,301) 447 (4.81) 1.361 (1.171–1.583)* 1.002 (0.857–1.170)
 Nurses (n = 1,261) 40 (3.17) 0.883 (0.631–1.236) 1.185 (0.843–1.666)
 Other HCPs (n = 8,138) 291 (3.58) 1.00 1.00
Females    
 Physicians (n = 9,263) 62 (0.67) 0.748 (0.556–1.007) 0.584 (0.433–0.787)*
 Pharmacists (n = 11,376) 140 (1.23) 1.384 (1.098–1.744)* 0.915 (0.723–1.158)
 Nurses (n = 121,096) 1,264 (1.04) 1.171 (0.989–1.388) 1.158 (0.976–1.372)
 Other HCPs (n = 16,921) 151 (0.89) 1.00 1.00
  1. AOR adjusted odds ratio, DM diabetes mellitus, HTN hypertension, CAD coronary artery disease. Adjusted for DM, HTN, CAD, hyperlipidemia, and residence location
  2. *P < 0.05