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Table 3 Multivariate analysis on factors influencing home BP monitor ownership and weekly HBPM behaviour

From: Assessing the routine-practice gap for home blood pressure monitoring among Chinese adults with hypertension

Factors Owning a home BP monitor Conducting HBPM weekly
OR 95% CI P-value OR 95% CI P-value
Age group 1.44 1.18–1.77 < 0.001 1.82 1.46–2.25 < 0.001
Location of living 0.30 0.28–0.33 < 0.001 0.29 0.26–0.31 < 0.001
Education level 2.04 1.85–2.26 < 0.001 1.58 1.44–1.74 < 0.001
Duration of hypertension 1.47 1.26–1.71 < 0.001 1.67 1.28–1.99 < 0.001
Other family members with hypertension 1.62 1.23–2.14 0.001 1.46 1.13–1.89 0.004
History of ISCVD 1.52 1.08–2.14 0.016
Antihypertensive medication 1.75 1.39–2.18 < 0.001 1.21 1.06–1.40 0.006
Advice on HBPM from doctor 13.50 10.24–17.79 < 0.001 8.97 6.40–12.57 < 0.001
  1. ISCVD Ischemic cardiovascular disease, HBPM Home blood pressure monitoring
  2. Sex, BP control was adjusted in the analysis on factors influencing home BP monitor ownership
  3. Sex, BP control, history of ISCVD was adjusted in the analysis on factors influencing weekly HBPM behaviour