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Table 3 Factors related to suicide attempt in men and women using univariate logistic regression

From: Association between cigarette smoking and suicide in psychiatric inpatients

       Variable Univariate analysis for women P-value Univariate analysis for men P-value
  OR (95% CI)   OR (95% CI)  
Age 0.95 (0.93-0.98) 0.001 0.94 (0.93-0.96) <0.001
Level of education     
    Less than high school Reference   Reference  
    High school 2.83 (1.06-7.56) 0.038 1.39 (0.89-2.18) 0.143
    University 3.64 (0.82-16.01) 0.088 2.25 (1.04-4.85) 0.038
Marital status     
    Single Reference   Reference  
    Married 1.92 (0.66-5.57) 0.229 1.58 (1.01-2.48) 0.045
    Divorced, separated, and other 2.26 (1.08-4.76) 0.030 1.30 (0.80-2.11) 0.287
Tenure     
    Private 4.82 (2.18-10.67) <0.001 4.43 (2.54-7.71) <0.001
    Rented 8.36 (1.93-36.22) 0.004 5.88 (3.05-11.32) <0.001
    Other Reference   Reference  
Unemployment     
    Yes Reference   Reference  
    No 5.43 (2.51-11.82) <0.001 1.46 (1.03-2.06) 0.033
Type of psychiatric disorder     
    Schizophrenia 0.25 (0.10-0.62) 0.003 1.00 (0.65-1.55) 0.971
    Bipolar 0.28 (0.10-0.79) 0.016 1.64 (0.97-2.77) 0.061
    Depression 0 (0–0) 0.999 1.10 (0.64-1.88) 0.715
    Other Reference   Reference  
Cigarette smoking     
    Yes 2.24 (1.05-4.80) 0.037 2.09 (1.29-3.41) <0.001
    No Reference   Reference  
Alcohol abuse     
    Yes 21.78 (2.37-200.31) 0.006 3.91 (2.61-5.86) <0.001
    No Reference   Reference  
  1. † Current or ex-smoker versus never smoker.