Emergency Medicine International / 2014 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Incidence of Road Traffic Injury and Associated Factors among Patients Visiting the Emergency Department of Tikur Anbessa Specialized Teaching Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Table 4

Result of multivariate analysis for selected behavioural and environmental factors related to road traffic injury (RTI).

VariableRTI Crude odds ratio
(COR)
Adjusted odds ratio
(AOR)
value
Yes No

Occupation
 Farmer14603.835 (1.59–9.20)3.37 (1.06–10.13)*0.04
 Civil servant3735.846 (.38–1.88).846 (.380–1.886)
 Student17361.895 (.79–4.53)1.192 (.339–4.191)
 Construction worker7172.173 (.72–6.50)1.192 (.339–4.191)
 Day laborer18271.342 (.55–3.25)1.245 (.340–4.553)
 Unemployed21311.321 (.56–3.11).911 (.260–3.190)
 Trader 171911
Conflict with family members
 Yes 28212.641 (1.43–4.88)7.7 (3.49–8.84)*<0.001
 No10320411
Psychological problem
 Yes 38146.158 (1.38–11.90)17.585 (7.70–12.14)*<0.001
 No 9321111
Financial problem
 Yes 40273.223 (1.86 –5.57)9.915 (4.79–6.48)*<0.001
 No 9119811
Alcohol use
 Yes 64523.178 (2.00–5.04)2.918 (1.61–5.27)*<0.001
 No 6717311

*Significantly associated with RTI.