Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 2 Results of the ordinal regression models (n = 632)

From: Diabetes distress in Indonesian patients with type 2 diabetes: a comparison between primary and tertiary care

Variables Models
1 pseudo r-square: 0.050 2 pseudo r-square: 0.087 3 pseudo r-square: 0.102 4 pseudo r-square: 0.099 Model 5 pseudo r-square: 0.113
Primary care 2.91 (1.98–4.29)*** 3.39 (2.28–5.09)*** 3.48 (2.34–5.23)*** 3.61 (2.42–5.44)*** 3.68 (2.46–5.55)***
Socio-demographic characteristics
 Male sex   1.01 (0.68–1.49) 1.03 (0.69–1.52) 0.98 (0.66–1.45) 1.01 (0.68–1.50)
 Age [years]   0.97 (0.96–0.99)*** 0.98 (0.96–0.99)** 0.97 (0.96–0.99)*** 0.97 (0.96–0.99)**
 University degree   1.40 (0.97–2.02) 1.40 (0.97–2.02) 1.38 (0.96–2.00) 1.37 (0.95–1.99)
 Occupation (IIvs. I)   1.07 (0.72–1.58) 1.13 (0.76–1.67) 1.08 (0.73–1.60) 1.13 (0.76–1.68)
 Occupation (III vs. I)   0.98 (0.62–1.56) 1.01 (0.64–1.61) 0.95 (0.60–1.51) 0.98 (0.62–1.57)
 Accompanied by caregiver   1.58 (1.17–2.13)** 1.58 (1.17–2.14)** 1.55 (1.15–2.10)** 1.57 (1.16–2.12)**
Clinical condition
 T2DM duration    0.98 (0.95–1.01)   0.98 (0.96–1.01)
 Fasting blood glucose (FBG)    1.01 (1.00–1.01)**   1.01 (1.00–1.01)**
Complications
 With one     1.24 (0.88–1.74) 1.22 (0.87–1.72)
 With two or more     1.75 (1.19–2.59)** 1.73 (1.17–2.56)**
With other serious diseases     1.25 (0.67–2.32) 1.11 (0.59–2.08)
  1. Occupation I, II, III respectively stand for active employee, unemployed, and housewife
  2. ***P < 0.001;**P < 0.01;*P < 0.05