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Table 4 RLS predictors by regression analysis in ADHD group

From: The relationship between disease symptoms and restless legs syndrome in adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder without iron deficiency

  Univariate Multivariate
p-values Odds ratio (CI 95%) p-values Odds ratio (CI 95%)
Gender
 Male 0.804 0.907 (0.420–1.958) Not included
Marital status
 Married 0.324 2.219 (0.456–10.810) Not included
Education level
 High school and below 0.156 0.541 (0.231–1.266) Not included
ADHD
 Combine type 0.003* 3.731 (1.571–8.858) 0.014* 3.191 (1.260–8.084)
Comorbidity
 No 0.094 2.022 (0.888–4.604) Not included
 Age 0.516 1.046 (0.913–1.199) Not included
 ASRS 0.001* 1.079 (1.031–1.130) Ns
 WURS 0.001* 1.047 (1.020–1.076) Ns
 BDI 0.002* 1.065 (1.023–1.109) Ns
 BAI < 0.001* 1.087 (1.046–1.130) < 0.001* 1.084 (1.041–1.129)
  1. Nagelkerke R square = 0.301, classification: 74.2%. ns Not significant, CI, confidence interval. Reference value for gender: female. Reference value for education level, university. Reference value for marital status, single. Reference value for ADHD, attention-deficit dominant type. Reference value for comorbidity, yes. ADHD, ault attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder; WURS, Wender Utah RatingScale; ASRS, Adult ADHD Self Report Scale; BDI, Beck Depression Inventory; BAI, Beck Anxiety Inventory