Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Lifestyles, Depression, Anxiety, and Stress as Risk Factors in Nursing Apprentices: A Logistic Regression Analysis of 1193 Students in Lima, Peru

Table 4

Risk factors of the students of the Professional School of Nursing according to the level of anxiety.

Risk factorsAnxietyORCI 95%
NormalMildModerateSevereEx. SevereTotal
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Age
<20 years816.812210.216313.7554.6201.744137.00.1400.90.6–1.6
20 to 2916213.613811.623219.4796.6433.665454.8
30 to 39181.5221.8292.4100.810.1806.7
40 to 4930.340.390.800.010.1171.4
50 to 5910.100.000.000.000.010.1

Sex
Female24020.123819.937131.112010.1594.9102886.20.0721.71.02.6
Male252.1484.0625.2242.060.516513.8
Single23019.325621.537431.311910.0605.0103987.1

Civil status
Married110.9181.5211.880.720.2605.00.0430.90.6–1.4
Cohabitants201.790.8272.3171.430.3766.4
Separated40.330.3110.900.000.0181.5
None22518.924620.635329.612010.1594.9100384.1

Number of children
1 to 2373.1363.0675.6221.860.516814.10.5881.00.7–1.5
3 to 420.240.3100.810.100.0171.4
4 or more10.100.030.310.100.050.4

Occupation
Just study15813.218115.227122.7867.2413.473761.80.8750.80.6–1.1
Study and work1079.01058.816213.6584.9242.045638.2

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