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Table 4 Logistic regression on the impact of selected socio-demographic, clinical and psychosocial factors, and depression symptoms among diabetes at FHRH, Bahir Dar, Northwest Ethiopia, 2016 (n = 416)

From: Psychosocial and clinical factors associated with depression among individuals with diabetes in Bahir Dar City Administrative, Northwest Ethiopia

Variable categoriesDepression (n)COR (95% CI)AOR (95% CI)
AgeYesNo 
 18–3437871.53 (0.87, 2.71)1.83 (0.69, 4.88)
 35–4424571.52 (0.81, 2.86)4.22 (1.65, 10.76)
 45–5433492.43 (1.32, 4.46)3.88 (1.36, 11.08)
 ≥ 55*281011.001.00
Sex
 Male*611811.001.00
 Female611131.60 (1.05, 2.45)2.43 (1.29, 4.58)
Sexual dysfunction
 Yes1183.54 (1.39, 9.04)9.52 (2.19, 41.35)
 No*1112861.001.00
Social support    
Strong support*251881.001.00
Moderate support557710.89 (5.78, 20.47)6.49 (2.83, 14.87)
Poor support42295.37 (3.12, 9.24)6.08 (2.98, 12.40)
I worry that having diabetes increases the chances of heart disease    
 High fear74487.90 (4.90, 12.73)6.49 (2.22, 18.93)
 Low fear*482461.001.00
Afraid to develop kidney problems one day    
 High fear69418.03 (4.94, 13.07)6.12 (1.75, 21.23)
 Low fear*532531.001.00
  1. * Reference category; p-value = significant, < 0.05; COR Crude Odds Ratio, AOR Adjusted Odds Ratio