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Table 4 Association between AUDIT scores and pain severity of the knee joint in KNHANES surveyees

From: Association between alcohol consumption and osteoarthritis prevalence in Korea as assessed by the alcohol use disorders identification test (AUDIT): a cross-sectional study

ModelsAUDIT scoreeN (case)CrudeAge- and sex-adjustedFully-adjustedf
OR95% CIp valueOR95% CIp valueOR95% CIp value
Model 1aZone I1860 (708)1.00   1.00   1.00   
Zone II283 (78)0.590.420.820.002*1.080.761.550.6711.070.721.570.748
Zone III89 (23)0.520.280.940.031*1.260.672.390.4771.230.612.460.560
Zone IV91 (19)0.320.170.600.000*0.900.471.710.7400.860.431.730.678
Model 2bZone I1860 (622)1.00   1.00   1.00   
Zone II283 (65)0.540.390.76< 0.001*0.990.691.410.9460.940.641.380.768
Zone III89 (19)0.490.260.950.036*1.210.602.410.5971.210.572.560.621
Zone IV91 (17)0.320.170.600.001*0.880.441.750.7080.850.401.780.656
Model 3cZone I1774 (622)1.00   1.00   1.00   
Zone II270 (65)0.540.380.770.001*1.010.701.450.9630.970.651.450.880
Zone III85 (19)0.490.250.940.033*1.230.612.480.5651.210.562.600.631
Zone IV89 (17)0.310.160.590.000*0.890.451.790.7450.860.411.840.704
Model 4dZone I1516 (364)1.00   1.00   1.00   
Zone II234 (29)0.410.250.67< 0.001*0.890.531.480.6410.830.481.440.507
Zone III77 (11)0.460.210.970.041*1.490.673.310.3331.250.523.020.615
Zone IV79 (7)0.200.080.48< 0.001*0.790.311.980.6090.740.281.920.531
  1. AUDIT Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test; KNHANES Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey
  2. *Statistical significance was set as p < 0.05
  3. a Model 1: Odds ratios for NRS 1–10 was assessed against a reference of NRS 0 or no pain
  4. b Model 2: Odds ratios for NRS 4–10 was assessed against a reference of NRS 0–3 or no pain
  5. c Model 3: Odds ratios for NRS 4–10 was assessed against a reference of NRS 0 or no pain
  6. d Model 4: Odds ratios for NRS 7–10 was assessed against a reference of NRS 0 or no pain
  7. e AUDIT scores are calculated as the sum of 10 items, and were categorized into Zone I (0–7), Zone II (8–15), Zone III (16–19), and Zone IV (20+)
  8. f Fully-adjusted: adjusted for age, sex, income level, educational level, occupation, marital status, residential area, smoking status, body mass index, and physical activity
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