Table 2

Univariable and multivariable logistic regression analyses for factors associated with long-term urinary catheterisation

UnivariableMultivariable
OR95% CIP valueOR95% CIP value
Sex (women)ReferenceReference
Men3.042.12 to 4.35<0.0013.292.27 to 4.76<0.001
Age
 75–76 (born 1935–1936)ReferenceReference
 77–81 (born 1930–1934)1.510.91 to 2.510.1081.320.79 to 2.190.290
 82–86 (born 1925–1929)3.782.34 to 6.10<0.0013.261.99 to 5.34<0.001
 ≥87 (born before 1924)4.852.90 to 8.13<0.0013.852.20 to 6.72<0.001
Charlson Comorbidity Index
 0ReferenceReference
 10.840.32 to 2.160.7140.820.32 to 2.130.688
 21.851.11 to 3.070.0171.390.83 to 2.320.211
 ≥34.352.86 to 6.64<0.0012.801.81 to 4.34<0.001
Recent history of hospitalisation and in-hospital use of urinary catheter
 No recent history of hospitalisationReferenceReference
 Hospitalised without urinary catheter use1.470.98 to 2.190.0600.890.58 to 1.350.572
 Hospitalised with urinary catheter use5.323.48 to 8.13<0.0012.461.54 to 3.92<0.001
Long-term care need level
 NoneReferenceReference
 Support levels 1 and 20.760.33 to 1.730.5090.560.24 to 1.310.181
 Care need levels 1 and 21.150.63 to 2.100.6580.700.37 to 1.310.267
 Care need levels 3–56.124.21 to 8.90<0.0012.991.93 to 4.63<0.001