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Table 6 Psychosocial and behavioral related factors that associated with depression in bivariate analysis (< .25) among CVD patients in Jimma University Teaching Hospital cardiac clinic, 2014–2015

From: Determinates of depressive disorder among adult patients with cardiovascular disease at outpatient cardiac clinic Jimma University Teaching Hospital, South West Ethiopia: cross-sectional study

Characteristics Non depressed
N (%)
Depressed
N (%)
COR (95% CI) P-value
Living condition
 Alone 6 (4.5) 12 (8.0) 1.779 (.648, 4.886) .263
 With family 121 (90.3) 136 (90.7) 1  
 Othera 7 (5.2) 2 (1.3) .254 (.052, 1.247) .091b
Oslo 3-items social support scale
 Poor support 38 (28.4) 62 (41.3) 1.909 (1.106, 3.293) .020b
 Moderate support 62 (46.3) 53 (35.3) 1  
 Strong support 34 (25.4) 35 (23.3) 1.204 (.662, 2.189) .542
Physical activity
 Yes 79 (59.0) 66 (44.0) .547 (.341, .877) .012b
 No 55 (41.0) 84 (56.0) 1  
Cigarette current user
 Yes 3 (2.2) 11 (7.3) 3.456 (.943, 12.664) .061b
 No 131 (97.8) 139 (92.7) 1  
  1. Living condition othera with relative/friends/homeless
  2. bVariables which shown statistically significant association during the bivariate analysis