Canadian Respiratory Journal / 2019 / Article / Tab 5

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 5

Multivariate analysis of severe EDS by binary logistic regression.

BSESig.OR95% CI

Age0.0470.0150.0011.0481.018–1.079
NC0.1170.0350.0011.1241.049–1.205
Gasping/choking0.9580.3400.0052.6051.337–5.078
Memory loss0.8940.4120.0302.4461.091–5.483
Work disturbance1.6120.355<0.00015.0122.501–10.046
Commute disturbance1.4810.380<0.00014.3972.089–9.257
SL−0.0410.0120.0010.9600.938–0.982
AHI0.0200.0090.0261.0201.002–1.039
Mean SpO2−0.1060.0520.0420.8990.812–0.996
Constant−1.3005.4870.8130.272

For categorical variables, 0 indicates “female or no” and 1 indicates “male or yes.” Only statistically significant variables () are shown. NC: neck circumference; SL: sleep latency; AHI: apnea-hypopnea index; B: partial regression coefficient; SE: standard error; OR: odds ratio; CI: confidence interval.

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