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Table 4 Logistic regression analysis: responder vs. non-responder

From: Dosage, effectiveness, and safety of sertraline treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder in a Japanese clinical setting: a retrospective study

Factor d.f. Chi-Square statistic p-value Odds ratio estimates
  Point estimate 95% C.I.
Age 1 1.75 0.186   0.97 0.94 1.01
Duration of disease 1 0.26 0.610   0.99 0.97 1.02
Baseline CGI-S 1 0.43 0.510   1.15 0.76 1.76
Concurrent psychiatric disease at baseline 2 1.61 0.447 Depression or Dysthymic disorder vs. None 1.74 0.64 4.74
Other Psychiatric disease vs. None 2.23 0.58 8.55
Traumatic events 3 7.43 0.060 Both Physical and sexual assault vs. Neither 0.12 0.03 0.56
No sexual assault vs. Neither 0.38 0.12 1.20
No physical assault vs. Neither 0.30 0.08 1.12
  1. d.f. Degree of freedom, C.I. Confidence interval
  2. Responders: patients who were rated as “very much improved” or “much improved” in the CGI-I rating
  3. No sexual assault: patients experienced traumatic events including physical assault, but no sexual assault
  4. No physical assault: patients experienced traumatic events including sexual assault, but no physical assault