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Table 2 Characteristics associated with depression in multivariate analysis, by sex (logistic regression)

From: Depression prevalence and primary care among vulnerable patients at a free outpatient clinic in Paris, France, in 2010: results of a cross-sectional survey

  Women Men
  p-value OR [95% CI] p-value OR [95% CI]
Age (years)     
Under 25   Ref.   Ref.
25 to 44 0.99 1.02 [0.17-6.05] 0.70 0.74 [0.16-3.47]
45 to 59 0.62 1.58 [0.26-9.00] 0.60 1.56 [0.30-8.13]
Over 60 0.39 0.45 [0.07-2.75] 0.98 0.98 [0.19-5.10]
Health insurance     
Standard   Ref.   Ref.
Universal 0.08 3.02 [0.87-10.50] 0.048 2.86 [1.01-8.10]
Public medical assistance 0.07 5.12 [0.90-29.20] 0.09 2.62 [0.85-8.10]
None 0.80 1.28 [0.19-8.70] 0.80 1.28 [0.19-8.70]
Occupational category     
Managerial/professional   Ref.   Ref.
Other 0.02 5.37 [1.30-22.20] 0.23 3.94 [0.42-37.20]
Living arrangement     
Family   Ref.   Ref.
Non-relative 0.36 2.46 [0.36-16.70] 0.56 0.68 [0.18-2.56]
Living alone 0.05 3.05 [0.98-9.50] 0.40 1.48 [0.60-3.70]
Feeling of isolation     
Strongly supported   Ref.   Ref.
Supported 0.71 1.30 [0.30-5.20] 0.68 1.32 [0.40-4.90]
Rather alone 0.90 0.90 [0.20-4.40] 0.53 1.55 [0.40-6.00]
Very alone 0.60 2.13 [0.13-34.40] 0.02 9.90 [1.37-71.50]