Canadian Respiratory Journal / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Clinical Features and Contributing Factors of Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Chinese Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients: The Role of Comorbid Symptoms and Polysomnographic Variables

Table 4

Multivariate analysis of mild to moderate EDS by binary logistic regression.

BSESig.OR95% CI

WC0.0580.010<0.00011.0601.039–1.082
Memory loss0.6200.1970.0021.8591.264–2.734
Work disturbance0.5150.2120.0151.6741.104–2.539
Commute disturbance0.8730.2590.0012.3951.442–3.977
Sleep efficiency0.0180.0080.0241.0181.002–1.034
MAI0.0100.0050.0341.0101.001–1.020
AHI0.0200.004<0.00011.0211.012–1.029
SIT900.0100.0040.0241.0101.001–1.019
Constant−11.1151.299<0.00010.000

For categorical variables, 0 indicates “female or no” and 1 indicates “male or yes.” Only statistically significant variables () are shown. WC: waist circumference; MAI: microarousal index; AHI: apnea-hypopnea index; SIT90: saturation impair time below 90%; B: partial regression coefficient; SE: standard error; OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval.

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