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Table 3 Odds of non-exertional or exertional chest pain by presence of mood disorder and high social capital compared to no chest pain by migration status

From: The prevalence of angina symptoms and association with cardiovascular risk factors, among rural, urban and rural to urban migrant populations in Peru

Factor Groups Whole cohort Non-exertional chest pain Possible or definite angina
N rural 201 5 (2.5)   121 (60.2)  
  migrant 589 102 (17.4)   116 (19.7)  
  urban 199 21 (10.6)   64 (32.2)  
Mood disorder rural 98 (49.0) 1(20.0) 0.20 (0.02-2.13) 66 (55.0) 2.39 (1.27-4.50)
  migrant 211 (38.1) 43 (46.2) 1.68 (1.05-2.71) 58(53.2) 1.64 (1.05-2.56)
  urban 62 (33.0) 3 (15.8) 0.35 (0.94-1.31) 29 (47.5) 2.34 (1.19-4.58)
Structural Social capital (above lowest quarter) rural 185 (92.0) 5 (100) 1.02 (0.95-1.09) 114 (94.2) 1.68 (0.56-5.01)
  migrant 398 (68.2) 77 (75.5) 1.51 (0.92-2.47) 83 (72.2) 1.32 (0.83-2.10)
  urban 121 (61.7) 10 (47.62) 0.55 (0.22-1.40) 43 (69.4) 1.44 (0.75-2.79)
Cognitive Social capital (high) rural 142 (74.4) 4 (80.0) 1.46 (0.16-13.51) 86 (75.4) 1.17 (0.60-2.28)
  migrant 266 (49.8) 44 (48.4) 0.92 (0.59-1.45) 55 (50.9) 1.13 (0.73-1.75)
  urban 77 (41.4) 7 (35.0) 0.66 (0.25-1.79) 18 (29.0) 0.48 (0.25-0.94)
  1. OR- Odds ratio; CI - confidence interval
  2. Age and sex-adjusted
  3. Percentages in brackets