Journal of Blood Transfusion / 2012 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Epidemiological Profiles of Foreign-Born and US-Born Hispanic Blood Donors in a Major Metropolitan Area in the United States

Table 2

Logistic regression model examining factors associated with foreign-born Hispanic blood donors.

Unadjusted OR (95% CI) 𝑃 valueAdjusted OR (95% CI) 𝑃 value

Gender
 Male1.17 (1.09, 1.25)<.0011.17 (1.09, 1.27)<.001
 Females1.01.0   
Age groups (years)
 16–241.01.0
 25–342.00 (1.83, 2.18)<.0012.47 (2.19, 2.78)<.001
 35–442.32 (2.11, 2.54)<.0012.85 (2.50, 3.25)<.001
 45–542.65 (2.36, 2.97)<.0013.46 (2.97, 4.03)<.001
 55–642.93 (2.45, 3.51)<.0014.11 (3.30, 5.10)<.001
 65–822.80 (1.94, 4.05)<.0013.61 (2.35, 5.54)<.001
Education
 9–12th grade, no diploma1.01.0
 High school graduate1.35 (1.22, 1.51)<.0010.94 (0.83, 1.07).359
 Some college or tech1.24 (1.13, 1.35)<.0010.75 (0.67, 0.85)<.001
 Bachelor degree1.67 (1.52, 1.83)<.0010.77 (0.67, 0.89)<.001
First-time donor?
 Yes0.88 (0.82, 0.95)<.0011.30 (1.18, 1.42)<.001
 No1.01.0
History of transfusion?
 Yes1.18 (0.95, 1.47).1340.88 (0.69, 1.11).276
 No1.01.0
History of deferral?
 Yes1.19 (1.07, 1.32).0011.09 (0.96, 1.23).183
 No1.01.0   
Donation site
 Fixed site1.36 (1.22, 1.51)<.0011.20 (1.06, 1.35).005
 Mobile site1.01.0

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