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Table 4 Univariate and multivariable logistic regression analyses of independent variables in relation to moderate/poor work ability (high as reference) as dependent variable

From: A cross-sectional study of current work ability after radical prostatectomy

VariablesUnivariate analysesMultivariable analysis
OR95%CIp- valueOR95%CIp- value
Nerve-sparing  < 0.001  0.06
Bilateral (reference)1.001.00
Unilateral2.381.58–3.27< 0.0011.681.02–2.760.04
None1.410.97–2.050.081.090.69–1.720.71
Age at survey1.061.03–1.08< 0.0011.081.04–1.12< 0.001
Low basic education2.091.55–2.84< 0.0011.841.29–2.640.001
Non-paired relationship1.620.96–2.020.07
Comorbidity  < 0.001  < 0.001
0 point (reference)1.001.00
1 point2.561.76–3.72< 0.0012.391.54–3.62< 0.001
≥ 2 points3.732.00–6.94< 0.0013.051.46–6.350.003
Poor self-rated health8.474.67–15.37< 0.0015.662.76–11.60< 0.001
High neuroticisma4.182.88–6.07< 0.0011.701.01–2.850.045
Clinical anxietya3.622.04–6.71< 0.0011.620.73–3.600.23
Clinical depressiona8.123.75–17.57< 0.0014.371.60–11.970.004
Urinary domain0.980.97–0.99< 0.0010.990.98–1.000.09
Bowel domain0.980.97–0.99< 0.0011.000.99–1.010.96
Sexual domain0.990.98–0.99< 0.0011.001.00–1.010.51
Hormonal domain0.960.95–0.97< 0.0010.980.97–0.99< 0.001
  1. aHigh neuroticism = EPQ Neuroticism score ≥ 3; Clinical anxiety = HADS Anxiety sum ≥8; Clinical depression = HADS Depression sum ≥8