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Table 4 Logistic analysis of demographic and clinical factors of using APs in psychiatric patients (N = 981)

From: Off-label use of antipsychotic medications in psychiatric inpatients in China: a national real-world survey

  P OR 95% CI
Male (ref.female) 0.903 0.98 0.72–1.33
Age 0.030 0.99 0.97–0.99
Marital status (ref.married)
 Single 0.924 0.98 0.60–1.59
 Divorced/widowed 0.146 1.44 0.88–2.34
Education background (ref. uneducated /primary / middle school)
 Senior high/ vocational school 0.235 0.81 0.57–1.15
 College school or above 0.094 0.71 0.48–1.06
Medical insurance (ref. others)
 Employee Medical Insurance 0.022 1.65 1.07–2.54
 Residents Medical Insurance 0.016 1.66 1.10–2.50
Duration of illness (years) 0.884 1.00 0.98–1.02
GAF scores at admission 0.059 0.99 0.98–1.00
First hospitalization (yes, %) 0.126 0.79 0.58–1.07
Psychotic symptoms (yes,%) < 0.001 4.90 3.34–7.19
Involuntary admission 0.218 1.34 0.84–2.13
Restrained during hospital (yes, %) 0.014 2.34 1.19–4.63
Agitation (yes, %) 0.556 1.20 0.65–2.20
Suicidality and self-injurious behavior (yes, %) 0.836 1.09 0.47–2.52
Received ECT treatment (yes, %) 0.262 1.34 0.81–2.24
  1. APs antipsychotics, GAF global assessment function, ECT electroconvulsive therapy