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Table 5 Time Use among cases and controls

From: A case-control study of musculoskeletal impairment: association with socio-economic status, time use and quality of life in post-conflict Myanmar

  Cases (n = 104) (%)b Controls (n = 103) (%)b Age-Sex adj OR (95% CI)
Participation
 Personal/self care 100% 100%
 Medical care 88.5% 27.2% 21.1 (10.0–44.8)
 Household Work 58.7% 72.8% 0.5 (0.3–0.9)
 Paid Work or Work for Own Use 17.3% 91.3% 0.02 (0.01–0.4)
 Leisure out of the home 16.3% 33.0% 0.4 (0.2–0.8)
 Leisure in the home 98.1% 98.1% 1.0 (0.1–7.4)
 No specific activity 99.0% 95.2% 5.0 (0.5–46.1)
  Median (95% CI) (IQR) Median (95% CI) (IQR) Coefficient (95% CI)a
Proportion of time
 Personal/self-care 10:05 01:40 09:30 01:30 4.5% (0.6–9.3)
 Medical care 03:00 04:00 0 00:15 90.6% (51.9–129.3)
 Household Work 00:15 00:30 00:30 02:00 −33.5% (−61.8 – −5.3)
 Paid Work or Work for Own Use 0 0 06:00 04:30 −88.5% (−128.2 – −48.7)
 Leisure out of the home 02:30 02:45 04:00 00:30 −40.7% (− 168.7–87.2)
 Leisure in the home 04:00 01:30 03:00 02:00 39.6% (26.6–52.6)
 No specific activity 04:00 02:00 02:00 03:00 52.3% (25.0–69.6)
  1. aExponentiated regression coefficient, using log transformed time use in minutes, which illustrates the percent difference in time spent on activities the previous day after taking into account age and sex
  2. bTime Use data was removed for four cases and one control due to missing values