Journal of Ophthalmology / 2018 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

Prevalence and Related Factors for Myopia in School-Aged Children in Qingdao

Table 5

Associations between myopia and possible risk factors.

VariablesUnivariate analysisMultivariate analysis
Odds ratio95% CIPOdds ratio95% CIP

Age1.431.34–1.520.0121.231.18–1.27<0.001
Sex
 Boys11
 Girls1.640.48–2.210.141.680.42–1.920.12
Parental myopia
 None11
 One myopic1.471.24–1.960.011.620.71–2.340.12
 Two myopic2.321.72–3.28<0.0012.581.76–3.46<0.001
Near work distance (cm)
 >3011
 20–301.271.02–1.54<0.0011.120.69–1.380.23
 10–202.461.52–4.76<0.0011.760.49–2.740.18
 0–101.291.08–1.540.041.210.84–1.410.32
 Trend test0.160.21
Near work time (h/d)1.281.04–1.86<0.0011.420.79–2.040.16
Outdoor activity time (h/d)0.670.46–0.780.030.740.53–0.92<0.001
5 min rest after continuous near work time (min)
 0–1511
 15–300.940.72–1.120.241.020.92–1.080.12
 30–451.191.02–1.310.021.241.14–1.32<0.001
 45–601.361.12–1.49<0.0011.341.28–1.380.03
 >602.121.76–2.72<0.0012.481.92–3.24<0.001
 Trend test<0.001<0.001

indicates a significant statistical significance ().

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