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Table 2 Characteristics associated with psychiatric hospitalization

From: Factors associated with hospitalization after self-poisoning in France: special focus on the impact of alcohol use disorder

  Hospitalization     
  Univariate comparison   Multivariate logistic regression  
  Yes(n=162) No(n=354) p OR [95%IC] p
Sociodemographics
 Age (years) 43.9 38.8 <0.001 1.01 [0.99-1.02] 0.12
 Gender
Men (n=165)
48 (29.6) 117 (33) 0.65 0.91 [0.55-1.53] 0.74
 Living status (n=474)
Housing or not
155 (95.6) 319 (90.1) 0.69 1.16[0.45-3.38] 0.76
 Living status (n=179)
Alone or not
58 (35.8) 121 (34.1) 0.85 1.23 [0.77-1.98] 0.37
 Professional status (n=198)
Employee or not
68 (41.9) 130 (36.7) 0.49 1.25 [0.78-2.01] 0.34
Psychopathology and care characteristics
 Depression (n=170) 89 (54.9) 81 (22.8) <0.001 3.6 [2.18-6.05] <0.001
 Schizophrenia (n=18) 5 (3.1) 13 (3.7) 0.95 1.63 [0.43-5.4] 0.43
 Bipolar disorder (n=59) 23 (14.2) 36 (10.1) 0.29 3.16 [1.57-6.33] <0.001
 Alcohol use disorder(n=155) 43 (26.5) 112 (31.6) 0.45 0.87 [0.49-1.54] 0.65
 Personality disorder(n=178) 29 (17.9) 150 (42.3) <0.001 1.03 [0.62-1.71] 0.89
 Suicidal intentionnality (Pierce Score) 9.8 (5.7) 4.5 (4.4) <0.001 1.18 [1.13-1.24] <0.001
 Past history of suicide (n=308) 107 (66.1) 201 (59.3) 0.34 1.53 [0.95-2.47] 0.07
 Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) mean (SD) 0.63 (0.93) 0.62 (0.92) 0.11 0.87 [0.64-1.18] 0.39