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Table 2 Crude and adjusted mortality hazard ratios (HR), confidence intervals (CI95%), coefficients (betas - β) and standard errors (SE) for SRH, among men and women. Pró-Saúde Study, 1999–2009

From: Association between self-rated health and mortality: 10 years follow-up to the Pró-Saúdecohort study

Cox models, Men HR* CI95% β SE
Model 1: SRH (crude)     
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.44 0.72 - 2.88 0.36 0.35
Fair/Poor 4.45 2.23 - 8.88 1.49 0.35
Model 2: SRH + Age     
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.42 0.71 - 2.85 0.35 0.35
Fair/Poor 3.42 1.71 - 6.82 1.23 0.35
Model 3: SRH + Age + Diseases     
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.26 0.63 - 2.55 0.23 0.36
Fair/Poor 2.63 1.28 - 5.40 0.97 0.37
Model 4: SRH + Age + Diseases + Smoking
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.08 0.53 - 2.18 0.07 0.36
Fair/Poor 2.13 1.03 - 4.40 0.76 0.37
Cox models, Women HR* CI95% β SE
Model 1: SRH (crude)     
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.27 0.45 - 3.60 0.24 0.53
Fair/Poor 7.04 2.72 - 18.19 1.95 0.48
Model 2: SRH + Age     
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.20 0.43 - 3.50 0.21 0.53
Fair/Poor 5.25 2.02 - 13.66 1.66 0.49
Model 3: SRH + Age + Schooling     
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.11 0.39 - 3.17 0.10 0.54
Fair/Poor 4.09 1.52 - 11.04 1.41 0.51
Model 4: SRH + Age + Schooling + Diseases
Very good 1.00    
Good 1.02 0.35 - 2.94 0.02 0.54
Fair/Poor 3.43 1.23 - 9.59 1.23 0.52
  1. *p < 0.05.