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Table 3 Regression analysis of the independent association of problematic mobile phone use and psychopathological symptoms with unintentional injuries in Chinese adolescents in 2012

From: Interactions of problematic mobile phone use and psychopathological symptoms with unintentional injuries: a school-based sample of Chinese adolescents

Variables Road traffic injuries Pedestrian collision Falls
Crude OR (95 % CI) Adjusteda OR (95 % CI) Crude OR (95 % CI) Adjusteda OR (95 % CI) Crude OR (95 % CI) Adjusteda OR (95 % CI)
Middle school       
 PMPU       
 Yes 4.12 (3.20–5.31)b 3.93 (3.01–5.12)b 4.38 (3.77–5.08)b 3.56 (3.05–4.15)b 4.55 (3.81–5.44)b 3.91 (3.25–4.71)b
 No Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
Psychopathological symptoms       
 Yes 1.70 (1.29–2.25)b 1.43 (1.07–1.92)c 1.69 (1.42–2.02)b 1.44 (1.20–1.73)b 1.65 (1.35–2.02)b 1.38 (1.12–1.71)b
 No Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
High school       
 PMPU       
 Yes 3.27 (2.66–4.02)b 3.23 (2.61–4.00)b 3.10 (2.74–3.51)b 2.81 (2.47–3.19)b 3.10 (2.67–3.61)b 2.91 (2.49–3.40)b
 No Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
Psychopathological symptoms       
 Yes 1.69 (1.37–2.08)b 1.62 (1.30–2.01)b 1.57 (1.38–1.78)b 1.54 (1.34–1.76)b 1.61 (1.38–1.89)b 1.57 (1.34–1.85)b
 No Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
  1. aAdjusted for area, gender, registered permanent residence, any siblings, perceived family economic, parental expectations, academic performance, number of friends, cigarette use and alcohol use
  2. brefers to P < 0.001
  3. crefers to P < 0.05