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Table 3 Associations between PA and MVPA with falls stratified by gender

From: Association between physical activity and falls among older adults in rural China: are there gender and age related differences?

Variable Male (n = 1,181) Female (n = 2,061)
Model 1 Model 2 Model 1 Model 2
OR 95% CI p-valve OR 95% CI p-valve OR 95% CI p-valve OR 95% CI p-valve
PA
 Low level 1.00    1.00    1.00    1.00   
 Moderate level 0.79 0.49–1.27 0.328 1.10 0.66–1.84 0.722 0.80 0.59–1.07 0.128 0.87 0.64–1.18 0.368
 Elevated level 0.50 0.26–0.82 0.013 0.72 0.39–1.31 0.275 0.55 0.38–0.78 0.001 0.60 0.42–0.87 0.007
 High level 0.32 0.21–0.64  < 0.001 0.54 0.28–1.05 0.068 0.62 0.43–0.91 0.013 0.69 0.47–1.02 0.065
MVPA
 Low level 1.00    1.00    1.00    1.00   
 Moderate level 3.00 1.13–7.92 0.027 4.84 1.68–13.94 0.003 1.18 0.54–2.56 0.681 1.17 0.53–2.60 0.694
 Elevated level 0.58 0.24–1.36 0.208 0.73 0.30–1.80 0.493 0.88 0.54–1.41 0.578 0.87 0.53–1.43 0.587
 High level 0.38 0.22–0.66 0.001 0.54 0.30–0.99 0.049 0.74 0.51–1.06 0.104 0.78 0.54–1.15 0.210
  1. PA Physical activity, MVPA Moderate-to-vigorous physical activity, OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence interval. Model 1 was unadjusted. Model 2 was adjusted for age, education, household income, alcohol consumption, BMI, living alone, number of chronic disease, ADL score, PD score and MMSE score