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Table 3 Predictors for xerostomia in Lithuanian adults (binary multivariable logistic regression analyses)1

From: Detection of xerostomia, Sicca, and Sjogren’s syndromes in a national sample of adults

Predictors OUTCOME: Presence of xerostomia No '0' (N = 112), Yes '1' (N = 1291)
Model 1
Nagelkarke R2 = 0.756
Significance: p < 0.001
Model 21
Nagelkarke R2 = 0.761
Significance: p < 0.001
 
Odds Ratio 95% CI Tolerance Odds Ratio 95% CI Tolerance
Socio-demographic factors
Gender 1.1 0.7; 1.6 0.976 1.2 0.8; 1.9 0.878
Age 1.6 1.2; 2.3 0.964 1.7 1.1; 2.6 0.789
Residence 0.3 0.2; 0.4 0.952 3.3 1.6; 5.0 0.934
Education 0.4 0.3; 0.5 0.924    
Status of general health
Systemic diseases     2.5 1.4; 3.3 0.923
Medication use     1.4 0.9; 2.2 0.792
Stress     1.2 0.7; 2.0 0.943
Body Mass Index     0.9 0.6; 1.4 0.903
Smoking     0.7 0.4; 1.2 0.917
Alcohol use     0.6 0.4; 0.9 0.902
  1. 1 Education was excluded from Model 2 due to the multicollinearity problem