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Table 2 Stratified analyses of SES in relation to incidence of CVD according to country of birth

From: A registry-based follow-up study, comparing the incidence of cardiovascular disease in native Danes and immigrants born in Turkey, Pakistan and the former Yugoslavia: do social inequalities play a role?

  Denmark Turkey Former Yugoslavia Pakistan
Men     
Employment (P = 0.1065)*     
   Employed 1 1 1 1
   Out of work 1.82 (1.77-1.87) 1.36 (1.03-1.80) 1.06 (0.72-1.55) 1.64 (1.17-2.29)
   Retired 1.15 (1.12-1.18) 0.63 (0.43-0.94) 0.53 (0.30-0.91) 0.93 (0.59-1.46)
Income (P = 0.0886) *     
   High (above average) 1 1 1 1
   Low (below average) 1.36 (1.33-1.38) 0.79 (0.51-1.21) 1.25 (0.70-1.98) 1.25 (0.68-2.31)
Housing (P = 0.0712)*     
   Self-owned 1 1 1 1
   Rental-occupied 1.55 (1.23-1.28) 1.00 (0.71-1.38) 1.07 (0.80-1.50) 1.05 (0.63-1.40)
Women     
Employment (P = 0.0611)*     
   Employed 1 1 1 1
   Out of work 1.90 (1.90-2.03) 1.11 (0.70-1.76) 1.80 (0.99-2.30) 1.67 (1.06-1.65)
   Retired 1.37 (1.32-1.42) 0.65 (0.33-1.28) 1.12 (0.46-2.72) 0.46 (0.23-0.95)
Income (P = 0.4811)*     
   High (above average) 1 1 1 1
   Low (below average) 1.46 (1.42-1.49) 1.81 (0.79-4.18) 1.26 (0.75-2.10) 1.32 (0.57-3.05)
Housing conditions (P = 0.3115)*     
   Self-owned 1 1 1 1
   Rental-occupied 1.25 (1.23-1.28) 0.93 (0.57-1.51) 1.73 (1.08-2.77) 1.46 (0.87-2.47)
  1. The values represent Hazard ratio estimates (95% confidence interval)
  2. All models are adjusted for marital status and age
  3. *P-values from Cox regression analyses (country of birth*SES)