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Table 9 Sociological factors and lifestyle habits that affect CDAI scores

From: High prevalence of rheumatoid arthritis and its risk factors among Tibetan highlanders living in Tsarang, Mustang district of Nepal

Variables Male (n = 27)
Estimate 95% CI Std.Error p value
Intercept 5.30E−18 [− 4.28E−01, 4.28E−01] 2.06E−01 1.0000
Age 3.87E−02 [− 4.56E−01, 5.34E−01] 2.38E−01 0.8720
Marriage status 1.93E−01 [− 3.27E−01, 7.13E−01] 2.50E−01 0.4480
Drinking habits 1.58E−01 [− 3.35E−01, 6.50E−01] 2.37E−01 0.5130
Smoking habits 3.48E−03 [− 5.06E−01, 5.13E−01] 2.45E−01 0.9890
Living experience in urban − 6.13E−02 [− 5.13E−01, 3.90E−01] 2.17E−01 0.7810
Variables Female (n = 50)
Estimate 95% CI Std.Error p value
Intercept 1.15E−17 [− 2.55E−01, 2.55E−01] 1.27E−01 1.0000
Age 3.05E−01 [− 3.49E−02, 6.45E−01] 1.69E−01 0.0774
Marriage status 3.17E−01 [5.74E−02, 5.77E−01] 1.29E−01 0.0179
Drinking habits − 7.45E−02 [− 3.55E−01, 2.06E−01] 1.39E−01 0.5954
Smoking habits 2.88E−01 [1.71E−02, 5.59E−01] 1.34E−01 0.0377
Living experience in urban − 3.69E−01 [− 6.83E−01, − 5.60E−02] 1.56E−01 0.0219
  1. Analysis was performed with 27 males and 50 females by multiple linear regression analysis. “Estimate” in the table indicates a standardized parameter estimate, and its 95% CI is also listed