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Table 3 Relationship between the characteristics of the patients and the odds to be included in the 95% limits of the Bland and Altman agreement

From: Comparison of Instrumental Activities of Daily Living assessment by face-to-face or telephone interviews: a randomized, crossover study

 OR95% CIp value
Study branch
 1Ref.  
 20.580.14–2.370.45
Age (year)1.060.75–1.160.17
Sex
 FemaleRef.  
 Male0.340.08–1.370.13
Education
 ≤ 12 yearsRef.  
 > 12 years0.600.11–3.390.60
 Unknown0.500.11–2.280.37
Marital status
 Married/in coupleRef.  
 Single/widowed3.500.40–30.500.26
 Divorced/separated/other/unknown1.100.26–4.720.90
Cognitive status
 Isolated memory complaintRef.  
 Mild neurocognitive disorders2.310.23–22.740.47
 Major neurocognitive disorders2.190.36–13.430.40
 No neurocognitive disorders/unknown0.400.08–2.080.27
Etiology
 Probable Alzheimer’s diseaseRef.  
 Other neurological diseases2.180.26–18.480.47
 Awaiting diagnosis0.730.14–3.760.71
MMSE (n = 250)0.920–78-1.070.27
Number of calls0.710.29–1.710.44
Relationship between the caregiver and the patient at baseline
 SpouseRef.  
 Child1.400.31–6.400.66
 Other0.310.05–1.980.22
Change of respondent between the 2 assessments
 NoRef.  
 Yes0.200.02–1.850.16
Events between the 2 assessments
 Entry in emergency department (ref. no entry)0.120.02–0.630.01
 Occurrence of an hospitalization (ref. none hospitalization)0.160.03–0.870.03
 Occurrence of a fall (no fall)0.070.02–0.27< 0.001
 Occurrence of a death in family (no occurrence)–*–*0.99
 Change of living place (ref. no change)–*–*0.99
  1. *OR was not calculated due to cells at 0