Table 3

ORs and accompanying 95% CIs for the association between age and nationality and different types of injuries among non-officers in 2004–2014

Head injuriesBack injuries
N (%)RateOR95% CIN (%)RateOR95% CI
Age (years)
 30–4967 (44)2.61.0070 (55)2.81.00
 <3057 (37)5.11.921.34 to 2.7424 (19)2.10.770.49 to 1.23
 >5030 (19)4.71.781.16 to 2.7434 (27)5.31.931.28 to 2.91
Nationality
 Non-EU87 (56)3.11.0052 (41)1.81.00
 Danish46 (30)5.01.611.12 to 2.3248 (38)5.63.082.06 to 4.60
 EU, non-Danish21 (14)3.81.240.77 to 2.0128 (22)4.92.691.69 to 4.29
Total154 (100)3.6128 (100)3.0

Upper limb injuriesLower limb injuries
N (%)RateOR95% CIN (%)RateOR95% CI
Age (years)
 30–49187 (45)7.41.0089 (45)3.51.00
 <30137 (33)12.21.661.33 to 2.0759 (30)5.21.501.08 to 2.08
 >5095 (23)14.92.031.58 to 2.6050 (25)7.82.241.58 to 3.17
Nationality
 Non-EU217 (52)7.71.00120 (61)4.31.00
 Danish143 (34)15.52.031.64 to 2.5258 (29)6.21.451.05 to 2.00
 EU, non-Danish59 (14)10.51.371.02 to 1.8320 (10)3.50.800.50 to 1.29
Total419 (100)9.8198 (100)4.6

Injuries in multiple regionsBurn, poisoning, other injuries
N (%)RateOR95% CIN (%)RateOR95% CI
Age (years)
 30–4962 (53)2.41.0057 (43)2.21.00
 <3037 (32)3.31.340.89 to 2.0245 (34)4.01.781.20 to 2.63
 >5017 (15)2.71.090.64 to 1.8631 (23)4.92.161.40 to 3.35
Nationality
 Non-EU63 (54)2.21.0083 (63)3.01.00
 Danish35 (30)4.01.851.21 to 2.8231 (23)3.31.100.73 to 1.68
 EU, non-Danish18 (16)3.41.560.92 to 2.6519 (14)3.31.120.68 to 1.86
Total116 (100)2.7133 (100)3.1
  • Models by nationality are age-adjusted. Rates are per 1000 person-years and derived from age-adjusted logistic models for nationality. Statistically significant ORs are highlighted in bold.

  • EU, European Union.