Table 4: Relationship between depression, sociodemographic data, and cognitive impairment ( ).

VariablesWith depression
(%)
Without depression
(%)
OR crudeCI 95%OR adjustedCI 95%

Gender
 Female245 (33.6)484 (66.4)1.891.43–2.511.69(1.24–2.32)
 Male 87 (21.1)326 (78.9)1
Age
 ≥75133 (33.2)268 (66.8)1.35(1.03–1.76)0.95(0.68–1.23)
 ≤74199 (26.9)542 (73.1)1
Marital status
 Not married200 (35.7)360 (64.3)1.89(1.46–2.45)1.42(1.06–1.91)
 Married132 (22.7)450 (77.3)1
Retired or pensioner
 No126 (14.9)718 (85.1)1.45(0.96–2.20)1.01(0.72–1.41)
 Yes32 (10.7)266 (89.3)1
Education
 0–4248 (37.2)419 (62.8)2.75(2.07–3.65)2.31(1.70–3.13)
 5–2384 (17.7)391 (82.3)1
Cognitive impairment
 Yes83 (52.5)75 (47.5)3.26(2.31–4.60)2.33(1.60–3.40)
 No249 (25.3)735 (74.7)1

OR: odd ratio.
*OR adjusted by gender, age, marital status, pensioner, education, and cognitive impairment.