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Table 3 Comparing functional limitations and working hours among the injured and uninjured persons (N = 7212)

From: A longitudinal study of work-related injuries: comparisons of health and work-related consequences between injured and uninjured aging United States adults

  aComparing injured and uninjured aging workers for any new functional limitations and reduced working hours
Univariate RRs Multivariable
RRs
bFunctional limitations - Presence of any difficulty with
 Activities of daily living
  Injured vs Uninjured 1.75
(1.42, 2.15)
1.78
(1.44, 2.19)
 Large muscle index
  Injured vs Uninjured 1.20
(1.06, 1.36)
1.16
(1.01, 1.32)
 Gross motor skills
  Injured vs Uninjured 1.57
(1.33, 1.86)
1.57
(1.33, 1.85)
 Fine motor skills
  Injured vs Uninjured 1.86
(1.52, 2.27)
1.94
(1.58, 2.37)
 Mobility index
  Injured vs Uninjured 1.31
(1.15, 1.48)
1.32
(1.16, 1.50)
cReduced working hours
  Injured vs Uninjured 0.97
(0.87, 1.07)
1.19
(1.10, 1.30)
  1. aGEE models with log-binomial distribution
  2. bAdjusted for age, gender, race, education, chronic physical and mental health conditions, work category, and hours worked
  3. cAdditionally adjusted for having a second job