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Table 4 Predictor analysis. The relation between baseline characteristics and symptom severity during COVID.19 crisis

From: The immediate effect of COVID-19 pandemic on children and adolescents with obsessive compulsive disorder

  CG, Univariate analysis coef, 95%CI, p SG, Univariate analysis coef, 95%CI, p
Age −0.09 (− 0.37–0.19,) p = 0.53 0.37 (− 0.13–0.88), p = 0.138
Gender
 Male 0.74 (− 0.81–2.29), p = 0.34 0.04 (− 2.93–3.01), p = 0.977
 Female   
Age of onset 0.05 (− 0.19–0.30), p = 0.68 Less than 5 years N = 19
More than 5 years N = 18
0.51 (− 2.25–3.26), p = 0.71
Therapy
 Yes −1.24 (− 2.77–0.29), p = 0.11 1.58 (−4.48–1.32), p = 0.28
 No   
OCD severity at time of diagnosis − 0.11 (− 0.30–0.08), p = 0.23  
OCD contamination/cleaning
 Yes N = 52 − 0.35 (− 2.22–1.53), p = 0.71 0.32 (− 2.44–3.09), p = 0.81
 No N = 13   
OCD hoarding
 Yes N = 29 −0.82 (− 2.32–0-68), p = 0.28  
 No N = 36   
OCD aggressive/sexual
 Yes: 57 2.62 (0.43–4.82), p = 0.02* 3.10 (0.56–5.65), p = 0.018*
 No: 8   
OCD checking
 Yes 43 0.38 (−1.20–1.97), p = 0.63  
 No 22   
OCDsymmetry
 Yes 57 1.63 (−0.63–3.88), p = 0.15  
 No 8   
Just-right feeling
 Yes 42 0.03 (−1.55–1.60), p = 0.97  
 No 23   
Insight baseline
 0–1: 32 (Good-fair) 1.21 (−0.31–2.73), p = 0.12  
 2–4: 29 (Moderate-poor)   
Doubt baseline
 0–1 22 0.69 (−0.92–2.30), p = 0.39  
 2–4 31   
Responsibility baseline
 0–1: 34 0.38 (−1.27–2.03), p = 0.65  
 2–3: 23   
Avoidance baseline
 0–1 10 −0.84 (−2.92–1.25), p = 0.43  
 2–3 51   
SRI 0.11 (−1.40–1.62), p = 0.88  
Psychiatric comorbidity any 1.24 (−0.30–2.78), p = 0.11 −0.51 (−3.29–2.27), p = 0.71
Diagnosis of Anxiety 0.28 (−1.40–1.96), p = 0.74  
Diagnosis of Depression 1.22 (−4.89–7.32), p = 0.69  
Diagnosis of Psychosis 0.91 (−2.67–4.49), p = 0.61  
Diagnosis of ADHD −0.56 (−2.39–1.26), p = 0.54  
Diagnosis of Tic disorder −0.31 (−2.31–1.70), p = 0.76  
Diagnosis of Planning difficulties 1.01 (−1.16–3.17), p = 0.36  
Diagnosis of Anorexia 1.75 (−2.58–6.09), p = 0.42  
Diagnosis of developmental disorder 1.50 (−0.89–3.90) p = 0.21  
Diagnosis of Autism 0.22 (−2.20–2.65) p = 0.85  
Familiy histoy of illnesses that affect the child −0.16 (−2.10–1.78) p = 0,88  
1st degree family of anxiety −0.13 (−1.84–1.58), p = 0.88  
1st degree family of psychosis −5.89 (−11.82–0.04) p = 0.05*  
1st degree family of depression −0.42 (−2.30–1.45) p = 0.65  
1st degree family of autism 1.01 (−2.11–4.13) p = 0.52  
1st degree family of tic disorder −0.32 (−3.45–2.81) p = 0.84  
1st degree family of dyslexia −0.28 (−2.46–1.89) p = 0.80  
1st degree family of ADHD −0.06 (−2.35–2.23) p = 0.96  
1st degree family one psychiatric disorder 0.58 (−0.97–2.13), p = 0.46  
1st degree family two psychiatric disorder −0.28 (−2.46–1.89), p = 0–80  
Tendency - worry 0.39 (−1.15–1.93) p = 0.62  
  Multivariate analysis coef, 95%CI, p  
Therapy
OCDaggressive sexuel
−1.04 (−2.55–0.47), p = 0.17
2.86 (0.50–5.22)p = 0.018*
 
OCD symmetry 0.29 (−2.19–2.77) p = 0.81  
Insight baseline 1.40 (−0.08–2.88) p = 0.06  
Any psychiatric comorbidity 0.83 (−0.70–2.36), p = 0.28  
  1. *p < 0.05 (significant association)