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Table 3 Association between PUT events and related factors and the prevalence of psychiatric disorders

From: The association between psychiatric disorders and work-related problems among subway drivers in Korea

PUT experience and related factors 1-year prevalence Lifetime prevalence
MDD PTSD Panic disorder MDD PTSD Panic disorder
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
PUT experience (Ref = no) Yes 1.99 0.72-5.53 1.54 0.52-4.55 1.31 0.31-5.50 1.13 0.55-2.31 2.06 0.94-4.55 1.75 0.59-5.14
Number of PUT experience (Ref = 0) 1 2.01 0.66-6.11 1.77 0.31-4.47 1.83 0.45-7.50 0.95 0.40-2.25 1.45 0.55-3.85 1.67 0.50-5.58
≥2 1.94 0.39-9.62 2.36 0.57-9.70 0 0 1.56 0.56-4.34 3.57 1.32-3.65 1.95 0.39-9.79
Severity of victim’s injury (Ref = alive) Death 0.59 0.13-2.72 2.49 0.27-23.27 0.4 0.04-4.55 0.79 0.25-2.53 1.39 0.40-4.82 0.39 0.07-2.18
When PUT was experienced (Ref = over 5 years) Within 5 years 1.04 0.77-1.05 1.01 0.11-9.06 1.04 0.07-15.38 0.47 0.09-2.46 0.33 0.03-2.63 0.46 0.05-4.68
  1. Note: Odds ratio and 95% confidence interval were estimated by performing multiple logistic regression, adjusted for age. Except for age, other socio-demographic factors were not associated with psychiatric disorders in univariate analysis.
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