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Table 4 Logistic Regression for inpatient rehabilitation – stroke

From: Regional gaps in the provision of inpatient rehabilitation services for the elderly in Israel: Results of a national survey

Variable Interview data (N = 404) Health provider’s data (N = 459)
  OR P 95% confidence interval OR P 95% confidence interval
Age 0.97  0.036 0.94-0.99 0.96 0.009 0.94-0.99
Dependent at baseline 0.51  0.075 0.25-1.07 0.44  0.03 0.21-0.92
Dementia at baseline 0.32  0.013 0.14-0.8 0.38  0.019 0.17-0.85
NIHSS    <0.001     <0.001  
5-24 1  NA  NA 1 NA NA
<=4 0.28  <0.001 0.17-0.46 0.28  <0.001 0.17-0.46
>24 0.07  0.014 0.01-0.59 0.07  0.014 0.01-0.59
District*    0.25     0.07  
Center 1  NA   1  NA  
Haifa 1.12  0.75 0.55-2.3 1.01  0.98 0.53-1.9
Tel Aviv 0.97  0.93 0.51-1.85 1.19  0.56 0.66-2.15
South 0.56  0.15 0.25-1.23 0.81  0.58 0.39-1.69
Jerusalem 0.46  0.057 0.21-1.02 0.38  0.014 0.18-0.82
North 0.81  0.554 0.41-1.61 0.68  0.213 0.36-1.25
  1. The following categories were used as the reference: not being dependent at baseline, absence of dementia, NIHSS of 5–24, residence in the Center district.
  2. * Districts were ranked according to availability of rehabilitation beds ranging from 4 to 0.5 per 1000 population ages 65 and above.