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Table 6 Multivariate analysis of injurya risk factors

From: Injury rates and injury risk factors among federal bureau of investigation new agent trainees

Gender Variable Strata N Hazard Ratios(95%CI) fromCox Regressions p-value(from Waldstatistic)
Men Age 24.4-29.9 years 187 1.00 Referent
   30.0-38.6 years 238 1.70 (1.20-2.42) <0.01
  300-Meter Sprint 40-44 seconds 122 1.00 Referent
   45-46 seconds 132 1.34 (0.84-2.16) 0.22
   47-48 seconds 108 1.84 (1.31-3.00) 0.01
   49-55 seconds 63 1.75 (1.01-3.02) 0.05
  1.5-Mile Run 8.18-10.35 minutes 108 1.00 Referent
   10.36-11.10 minutes 107 1.14 (0.67-1.94) 0.63
   11.11-11.64 minutes 104 1.84 (1.11-3.04) 0.02
   11.65-15.02 minutes 106 1.95 (1.19-3.20) <0.01
  Smoked 100 Cigarettesin Lifetime No 351 1.00 Referent
   Yes 74 0.42 (0.25-0.71) <0.01
  Self Rating of PhysicalActivity Less Active 6 6.68 (2.52-17.70) <0.01
   About the Same 30 0.56 (0.27-1.17) 0.12
   More Active 389 1.00 Referent
  Frequency of AerobicExercise in Last 2 Months ≤ 1 time/week 2 4.58 (0.97-21.71) 0.06
   2-4 times/week 263 0.69 (0.49-0.97) 0.03
   ≥5 times/week 160 1.00 Referent
  Returned to NormalPhysical ActivitySince UpperLimb Injury No Injury 246 1.00 Referent
   No 11 3.36 (1.48-7.62) <0.01
   Yes 168 1.41 (1.00-2.00) 0.05
  Have KneePain LimitingActivity Sometime No 313 1.00 Referent
   Yes 112 1.84 (1.28-2.64) <0.01
Women 1.5-Mile Run 10.05-12.06 minutes 34 1.00 Referent
   12.07-12.95 minutes 32 1.00 (0.46-2.18) 0.99
   12.96-14.92 minutes 32 1.95 (0.97-3.93) 0.06
  Have BackPain LimitingActivity Sometime No 78 1.00 Referent
   Yes 20 2.37 (1.27-4.43) <0.01
  1. aAny injury (overuse and traumatic)