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Table 2 Factors associated with place of discharge for patients released to ATC or rehabilitation

From: Factors associated with post-acute discharge location after hospital stay: a cross-sectional study from a Swiss hospital

Regression I: Discharge to ATC or rehabilitation (n = 259) Regression II: Discharge to rehabilitation or other (n = 383) Regression III: Discharge to ATC or other (n = 383)
Variable Odds ratio 95% CI Variable Odds ratio 95% CI Variable Odds ratio 95% CI
Age 0.93 *** (0.90; 0.96) Age 0.97 * (0.94; 0.99) Age 1.08 *** (1.05; 1.11)
DNR 2.50 ** (1.36; 4.62) DNR 2.39 *** (1.47; 3.89) Supplementary health insurance 0.34 *** (0.20; 0.58)
DOS 0.60 *** (0.47; 0.77) DOS 0.60 *** (0.50; 0.73)    
Social support sum score 1.49 * (1.01; 2.19) Gender 1.70 * (1.06; 2.75)    
Supplementary health insurance 2.52 ** (1.31; 4.82)       
Hosmer–Lemeshow test: P = 0.730 Hosmer–Lemeshow test: P = 0.836 Hosmer–Lemeshow test: P = 0.486
  1. Note. Stepwise logistic regression. The binary dependent variable in this analysis is the place of discharge. Significance level for inclusion in the model was p = .20. Predictive significance levels: * p < .05, ** p < .01, *** p < 0.001. Hosmer–Lemeshow tests indicate that the overall model fit is good. Reference groups for dichotomous independent variables: DNR – 0 = No; insurance – 0 = public; gender – 0 = female. Reference groups for dichotomous dependent variables: rehabilitation = 1. DOS Delirium Observation Screening Scale, DNR Do Not Resuscitate