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Table 5 Unconditional logistic regression subgroup analysis by physician specialty comparing urolithiasis risk

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

  Number (%) Crude OR (95 % CI) AOR (95 % CI)
Physician specialists    
Internal medicine (n = 6,110) 192 (3.14) 1.322 (1.109–1.577)* 0.949 (0.792–1.136)
Surgery (n = 4,095) 121 (2.95) 1.241 (1.009–1.527)* 0.778 (0.630–0.962)*
Obs/Gyn (n = 1,978) 63 (3.19) 1.341 (1.023–1.758)* 0.914 (0.694–1.204)
Pediatrics (n = 2,774) 76 (2.74) 1.148 (0.895–1.474) 0.991 (0.769–1.278)
Emergency medicine (n = 479) 8 (1.67) 0.692 (0.342–1.403) 0.762 (0.374–1.551)
Family medicine (n = 2,568) 67 (2.61) 1.092 (0.839–1.420) 0.737 (0.564–0.962)*
Other specialties (n = 15,995) 383 (2.39) 1.00 1.00
  1. AOR adjusted odds ratio, Obs/Gyn obstetrics and gynecology, DM diabetes mellitus, HTN hypertension, CAD coronary artery disease. Adjusted for DM, HTN, CAD hyperlipidemia, and residence location
  2. *P < 0.05