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Table 7 Clinical and medication 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
Diagnosis type of CVD illness
 Hypertensive heart diseases 102 (35.9) 48 (35.8) 1  
 Ischemic heart disease 75 (26.4) 37 (27.6) .913 (.503, 1.658) .765
 Valvular heart disease 35 (12.3) 11 (8.2) 1.939 (.86, 4.371) .110a
 Rheumatic heart disease 26 (9.2) 14 (10.4) .762 (.321, 1.807) .537
 Cardiomyopathy 29 (10.2) 16 (11.9) .722 (.315, 1.654) .442
 Other 17 (5.0) 8 (6.0) 1.000 (.357, 2.797) 1.00
Age onset of CVD
 9–19 11 (8.2) 12 (8.0) .679 (.264, 1.745) .421
 20–29 17 (12.7) 21 (14.0) .769 (.347, 1.701) .516
 30–39 24 (17.9) 19 (12.7) .493 (229, 1.058) .070a
 40–49 24 (17.9) 27 (18.0) .700 (.339, 1.445) .335
 50–59 30 (22.4) 26 (17.3) .539 (.266, 1.092) .086a
 ≥ 60 28 (20.9) 45 (30.0) 1 1
Medication
 B-blocker 72 (53.7) 65 (43.3) 1.519 (.950, 2.426) .081a
Duration of treatment (year)
 ≤ 1 91 (32.0) 50 (37.3) 1  
 1–2 51 (18.0) 24 (17.9) 1.372 (.69, 2.729) .367
 2–3 29 (10.2) 12 (9.0) 1.728 (.741, 4.028) .206a
 3–4 30 (10.6) 11 (8.2) 2.106 (.901, 4.927) .086a
 ≥ 5 83 (29.2) 37 (27.6) 1.516 (.834, 2.758) .173a
Lipid profile level—total cholesterol (mg/dl)
 < 200 7 (63.6) 11 (91.7) 4.488 (.495, 40.69) .182a
 ≥ 200 4 (36.4) 1 (8.3) 1  
  1. Diagnosis of CVD other—corpulmonary, acute rheumatic fever, congenital heart disease, pericarditis, CHF due to thyrotoxicosis
  2. aVariables which shown statistically significant association during the bivariate analysis