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Table 1 Demographic predictors related to abuse in bipolar patients

From: Leveling and abuse among patients with bipolar disorder at psychiatric outpatient departments in Ethiopia

Characteristics Abuse Overall Chi-square (X 2) (P value)
Yes No
Sex
 Male 71 (45.8%) 104 (40.6%) 175 (42.6%) 1.06 (0.30)
 Female 84 (54.2%) 152 (59.4%) 236 (57.4%)
Residency
 Urban 117 (75.5%) 177 (69.1%) 294 (71.5%) 1.91 (0.17)
 Rural 38 (24.5%) 79 (30.9%) 117 (28.5%)
Education
 No formal education 17 (11%) 52 (20.3%) 69 (16.8%) 6.04 (0.01)
 Educated 138 (89%) 204 (79.7%) 342 (83.2%)
Religion
 Christian 115 (74.2%) 196 (76.6%) 311 (75.7%) 0.29 (0.56)
 Muslim 40 (25.8%) 60 (23.4%) 100 (24.3%)
Marital status
 Currently married 58 (37.4%) 122 (47.7%) 180 (43.8%) 4.11 (0.04)
 Not married 97 (62.6%) 134 (52.3%) 231 (56.2%)
Job
 Has job 111 (71.6%) 188 (73.4%) 299 (72.7%) 0.16 (0.45)
 No job 44 (28.4%) 68 (26.6%) 112 (27.3%)
Ethnicity
 Amahara 60 (38.7%) 82 (32%) 142 (34.55%) 3.6 (0.46)
 Oromo 48 (31%) 87 (34%) 135 (32.85%)
 Gurage 32 (20.6%) 50 (19.5%) 82 (20%)
 Tigray 6 (3.9%) 18 (7%) 24 (5.8%)
 Othersa 9 (5.8%) 19 (7.5%) 28 (6.8%)
Wealth
 Lowest 35 (22.6%) 48 (18.8%) 83 (20.2%) 2.33 (0.67)
 Second 34 (21.9%) 54 (21.1%) 88 (21.4%)
 Middle 27 (17.4%) 51 (19.9%) 78 (19%)
 Fourth 35 (22.6%) 52 (20.3%) 87 (21.2%)
 Highest 24 (15.5%) 51 (19.9%) 75 (18.2%)
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