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Table 3 Nutritional factors related to bone health according to awareness of osteoporosis

From: Association between the awareness of osteoporosis and the quality of care for bone health among Korean women with osteoporosis

Awareness of osteoporosisa No Yes
Adequate calcium intake*   
No. of events (%)b 8.47 10.2
Model 1§ 1.00 1.15 (0.71–1.89)
Model 2 1.00 1.22 (0.74–2.00)
Model 3 1.00 1.19 (0.73–1.94)
Vitamin/Mineral replacement   
No. of events (%)b 18.5 25.9
Model 1§ 1.00 1.50 (1.08–2.07)
Model 2 1.00 1.58 (1.15–2.18)
Model 3 1.00 1.60 (1.15–2.23)
Healthy supplementary food   
No. of events (%)b 21.6 30.3
Model 1§ 1.00 1.45 (1.00–2.11)
Model 2 1.00 1.46 (1.00–2.14)
Model 3 1.00 1.55 (1.06–2.26)
  1. aFor the question, “have you been diagnosed with osteoporosis?”, patients who answered yes were considered aware that they had osteoporosis and were included in the awareness group. Patients diagnosed with osteoporosis who answered no were included in the control group (unawareness group). bPercentage of weighted sample size in millions; *Adequate calcium intake: ≥700 mg/day calcium intake; Vitamin/Mineral replacement: Yes or No; Healthy Supplementary Food: Yes or No.
  2. Adjusted variables: §Age; Model 1 + education, household income, residential area; Model 2 + height, weight, self-perceived health status.