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Table 3 Multiple logistic regression of event according to exposure classification

From: Occupational exposure to blood borne pathogens among healthcare workers: a cross-sectional study of a registry in Colombia

Mild classification logistic regression model
Variable β AOR CI 95 % p value
Constant −3.397 0.020 - <0.0000001
Gender (female) −0.234 0.792 0.381–1.647 0.532
Student 2.477 11.901 5.129–27.613 <0.0000001
Nursing 0.388 1.475 0.624–3.487 0.376
Infectious diseases specialist assessment −0.065 0.937 0.411–2.134 0.877
Medical control −1.684 0.186 0.054–0.642 0.008
Moderate classification logistic regression model
Variable β AOR CI 95 % p value
Constant 3.845 46.750 - <0.0000001
Gender (female) 0.347 1.414 0.924–2.164 0.110
Physician 0.641 1.898 1.174–3.068 0.009
Student −2.532 0.080 0.042–0.149 <0.0000001
Respiratory therapy 0.251 1.286 0.184–8.984 0.800
Infectious diseases specialist assessment −4.708 0.009 0.006–0.15 <0.0000001
Medical follow-up −0.406 0.667 0.473–0.939 0.020
Severe classification logistic regression model
Variable β AOR CI 95 % p value
Constant −6.328 0.002 - <0.0000001
Gender (female) −0.362 0.697 0.416–1.166 0.169
Physician −0.613 0.542 0.322–0.911 0.021
Cleaning personnel 0.173 1.189 0.662–2.135 0.563
Infectious diseases specialist assessment 7.057 1160.887 285.559–4719.372 <0.0000001
Medical follow-up 0.604 1.830 1.275–2.626 0.001
  1. AOR Adjusted Odds Ratio, CI confidence interval