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Table 5 The risk model for HFHL in the training cohort

From: A risk model and nomogram for high-frequency hearing loss in noise-exposed workers

Predictor OR SE Z P* 95% CI
(Lower-Upper)
Age 1.09 0.01 18.28 < 0.001 1.083–1.104
Sex      
 (Ref: Female)      
 Male 3.25 0.22 17.79 < 0.001 2.855–3.702
NED 1.15 0.03 5.64 < 0.001 1.093–1.201
Industry type
 (Ref: Others)      
 Manufacturing 1.50 0.10 6.00 < 0.001 1.314–1.713
 Construction 2.29 0.47 4.04 < 0.001 1.531–3.421
 Mining 2.63 0.21 11.84 < 0.001 2.238–3.081
Enterprise type
 (Ref: SOE)      
 FOE 0.88 0.09 −1.20 0.230 0.715–1.084
 POE 1.33 0.07 5.47 < 0.001 1.202–1.476
  1. Abbreviations: HFHL high-frequency hearing loss, OR odds ratio, SE standard error, NED noise exposure duration, FOE foreign-owned enterprise, SOE state-owned enterprise, POE private-owned enterprise
  2. Footnote. *P-values were analysed by binary logistic regression, with significance at < 0.05. In the logistic regression model, “0” was defined as a BHFTA < 40 dB, and “1” was defined as a BHFTA ≥40 dB