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Table 4 Sensitivity analysis: univariate models with the data set restricted to 65 controls (and 65 matched cases) who did not act as their own informanta

From: Risk factors for suicide in Hungary: a case-control study

Risk factor Cases
n (%)
Controls
n (%)
Odds Ratio
(95% CI)
Living alone 15 (23.1) 7 (10.8) 2.33 (0.90–6.07)
Responsible for child aged < 18 yrs. 11 (16.9) 10 (15.4) 1.14 (0.41–3.15)
Not been out socially in last month 29 (46.8) 6 (9.7) 6.75 (2.36–19.29)
Practising a religion 8 (12.3) 25 (38.5) 0.26 (0.11–0.64)
Born prematurely 6 (11.3) 11 (20.8) 0.55 (0.20–1.47)
Abusive experiences in childhood 9 (14.3) 12 (19.0) 0.73 (0.29–1.81)
Lifetime history of psychiatric illness 29 (44.6) 8 (12.3) 6.25 (2.18–17.96)
Any current psychiatric illness 45 (69.2) 17 (26.2) 6.60 (2.58–16.91)
Current alcohol/drug disorder 17 (26.2) 7 (10.8) 2.43 (1.01–5.86)
Current smoker 34 (52.3) 11 (16.9) 8.67 (2.62–28.63)
Interpersonal adverse life event 23 (35.4) 6 (9.2) 5.25 (1.80–15.29)
Work or educational adverse life event 13 (20.0) 10 (15.4) 1.33 (0.56–3.16)
Financial adverse life event 10 (15.4) 6 (9.2) 1.67 (0.61–4.59)
Adverse life event within 3 months 27 (41.5) 11 (16.9) 4.20 (1.58–11.14)
Adverse life event within 6 months 49 (75.4) 24 (36.9) 4.12 (1.91–8.93)
  1. a Analyses restricted to 65 matched case-control sets, with complete data except for: not been out socially in last month (62/65 = 95.4%); born prematurely (53/65 = 81.5%); abusive experiences in childhood (63/65 = 96.9%)