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Table 5 Results of regression models for area deprivation investigating comorbidities: 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

 Adjusted model, including general health (Model C)Adjusted model including treated for mental health condition (Model D)
 HR (95% CI; p-value)HR (95% CI; p-value)
Men (ref)11
Women0.71 (0.47–1.06; 0.092)0.63 (0.42–0.95; 0.026)
Less deprived 60% (ref)11
More deprived 40%1.36 (0.92–2.00; 0.120)1.45 (0.96–2.17; 0.074)
Number of historic adm.1.35 (1.22–1.48; <  0.001)1.35 (1.23–1.47; <  0.001)
Units beer and cider1.03 (1–1.05; 0.052)1.02 (0.99–1.04; 0.197)
Units wine and champagne1.03 (1–1.07; 0.068)1.03 (0.98–1.07; 0.239)
Units spirits and other1.07 (1.02–1.13; 0.009)1.06 (1.01–1.12; 0.025)
Never smoker (ref)11
Ex-smoker1.38 (0.83–2.32; 0.216)1.48 (0.88–2.51; 0.141)
Smoker4.10 (2.56–6.56; <  0.001)3.88 (2.37–6.35; <  0.001)
BMI0.97 (0.93–1.01; 0.101)0.98 (0.94–1.02; 0.257)
Good health (ref)1 
Poor health2.89 (1.91–4.37; <  0.001) 
Not treated for mental health condition (ref) 1
Treated for mental health condition 2.66 (1.72–4.11; <  0.001)
  1. HR: hazard ratio; 95%CI: 95% confidence intervals; Model C: N = 11,010, 278 events; Model D: N = 10,665, 267 events