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Table 4 Rate ratios for Poisson regression modelling for all injury hospital separations and BC priorities

From: The association of material deprivation component measures with injury hospital separations in British Columbia, Canada

  All Injuries MV Occupants Cyclists Pedestrians Falls 65+ Youth Self Harm Young Drivers
Variable Rate Ratio (95% CI) p-value Rate Ratio (95% CI) p-value Rate Ratio (95% CI) p-value Rate Ratio (95% CI) p-value Rate Ratio (95% CI) p-value Rate Ratio (95% CI) p-value Rate Ratio (95% CI) p-value
Sexa 1.021 (1.011, 1.031) < 0.001 1.257 (1.206, 1.311) < 0.001 3.443 (3.208, 3.694) < 0.001 1.204 (1.117, 1.297) < 0.001 0.468 (0.460, 0.476) < 0.001 0.433 (0.402, 0.465) < 0.001 1.887 (1.625, 2.190) < 0.001
Regionb
 Interior 1.153 (1.129, 1.178) < 0.001 1.308 (1.204, 1.421) < 0.001 1.893 (1.614, 2.220) < 0.001 1.225 (1.004, 1.494) 0.045 1.258 (1.208, 1.309) < 0.001 1.087 (0.941, 1.255) 0.257 1.494 (1.117, 1.998) 0.007
 Fraser 1.007 (0.987, 1.027) 0.505 0.874 (0.809, 0.944) 0.001 1.091 (0.936, 1.272) 0.265 2.054 (1.716, 2.457) < 0.001 1.382 (1.329, 1.437) < 0.001 0.843 (0.740, 0.961) 0.011 0.824 (0.631, 1.075) 0.154
 Vancouver Coastal 0.836 (0.818, 0.855) < 0.001 0.566 (0.516, 0.621) < 0.001 1.605 (1.366, 1.887) < 0.001 1.809 (1.493, 2.194) < 0.001 1.126 (1.080, 1.175) < 0.001 0.567 (0.485, 0.662) < 0.001 0.323 (0.226, 0.462) < 0.001
 Island 0.981 (0.959, 1.003) 0.091 0.808 (0.734, 0.890) < 0.001 1.739 (1.473, 2.052) < 0.001 1.227 (0.998, 1.508) 0.052 1.123 (1.077, 1.172) < 0.001 1.006 (0.861, 1.174) 0.943 0.878 (0.625, 1.233) 0.451
Agec 1.190 (1.189, 1.192) < 0.001 1.085 (1.080, 1.090) < 0.001 0.978 (0.972, 0.985) < 0.001 1.078 (1.069, 1.087) < 0.001 1.530 (1.521, 1.539) < 0.001 0.803 (0.750, 0.859) < 0.001 1.680 (1.450, 1.945) < 0.001
Income (per $10,000) 0.979 (0.976, 0.982) < 0.001 1.022 (1.008, 1.036) 0.001 1.006 (0.991, 1.022) 0.426 0.888 (0.867, 0.910) < 0.001 0.976 (0.972, 0.980) < 0.001 0.988 (0.967, 1.009) 0.248 1.043 (0.993, 1.096) 0.095
Education (per % of population) 0.982 (0.979, 0.984) < 0.001 0.889 (0.878, 0.900) < 0.001 1.017 (1.000, 1.035) 0.054 0.971 (0.952, 0.992) 0.006 1.040 (1.036, 1.045) < 0.001 0.952 (0.933, 0.971) < 0.001 0.873 (0.836, 0.912) < 0.001
Employment (per % of pop) 1.006 (1.004, 1.008) < 0.001 1.033 (1.023, 1.043) < 0.001 1.011 (0.998, 1.025) 0.088 1.011 (0.994, 1.028) 0.198 0.995 (0.992, 0.998) 0.004 0.996 (0.980, 1.012) 0.583 1.022 (0.985, 1.060) 0.251
  1. Bold represents rate ratios that were significant after correction. acompared to females bcompared to Northern cbased on five-year age increments