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Table 4 Multivariable logistic regression analysis investigating the relationship between pain and NSAID use in female athletes

From: Epidemiological profile of pain and non-steroid anti-inflammatory drug use in collegiate athletes in the United States

  Unadjusted Odds Ratio
(95% CI)
Adjusted Odds Ratioa
(95%CI)
Current NSAID use and pain (OSTRC) (Female) 3.53 (1.91, 6.66), P = < 0.0001 2.97 (1.51, 5.97), P = 0.002
 Division 1   Reference
 Division 2   0.99 (0.46, 2.13), P = 0.988
 Division 3   2.09 (0.93, 4.78), P = 0.078
 BMI   0.98 (0.89, 1.08), P = 0.701
 Alcohol in Last 30 Days   0.80 (0.41, 1.58), P = 0.521
 Surgery History   1.27 (0.51, 3.25), P = 0.614
 Injury History   3.03 (1.56, 6.04), P = 0.001
 < 7 Hours of Sleep   Reference
 7–8 Hours of Sleep   0.54 (0.27, 1.08), P = 0.081
 > 9 Hours of Sleep   1.17 (0.32, 4.24), P = 0.811
  1. a Estimates were adjusted for NCAA division, BMI, if alcohol was consumed within the last 30 days, history of surgery, history of injury, and hours of sleep