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Table 3 Results of regression models using area deprivation: hazard ratios for the risk of alcohol-related hospital admission for each model covariate

From: Drinking beer, wine or spirits – does it matter for inequalities in alcohol-related hospital admission? A record-linked longitudinal study in Wales

 Basic model (Model A)Adjusted model (Model B), adjusted for units, smoking and BMI
 HR (95% CI; p-value)HR (95% CI; p-value)
Men (ref)11
Women0.71 (0.51–0.99; 0.046)0.72 (0.50–1.06; 0.095)
Less deprived 60% (ref)11
More deprived 40%1.75 (1.23–2.48; 0.002)1.48 (1.01–2.17; 0.043)
Number of historic adm.1.38 (1.28–1.49; <  0.001)1.38 (1.26–1.52; <  0.001)
Units beer and cider 1.02 (0.99–1.05; 0.137)
Units wine and champagne 1.03 (0.99–1.07; 0.127)
Units spirits and other 1.06 (1.01–1.12; 0.016)
Never smoker (ref) 1
Ex-smoker 1.50 (0.90–2.49; 0.119)
Smoking 4.53 (2.85–7.21; <  0.001)
BMI 0.98 (0.94–1.01; 0.224)
  1. HR: hazard ratio; 95% CI: 95% confidence interval; N = 11,038; 148 events in less deprived, 131 in more deprived