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Table 3 Prevalence odds ratios of nondeployability and profile categories, motor vehicle accidents and work/duty-related injuries

From: Sleep disturbances and predictors of nondeployability among active-duty Army soldiers: an odds ratio analysis of medical healthcare data from fiscal year 2018

ItemNondeployable [n(%)]pOR95%CIP-value
YesNo
Musculoskeletal profile
 Yes6174(11.0)34,234(60.9)1.271.21–1.33P ≤ 0.001
 No2945(5.2)12,894(22.9)
Cardiometabolic profile
Yes851(1.5)938(1.7)0.20.18–0.22P ≤ 0.001
No8268(14.7)46,190(82.1)
Behavioral health profile
Yes2894(5.1)2616(4.6)0.130.12–0.13P ≤ 0.001
No6225(11.1)44,512(79.1)
Motor vehicle accident
Yes29(0.1)217(0.4)1.450.98–2.14P = 0.06
No9090(16.1)46,911(83.4)
Work/duty-related injury
Yes109(0.2)805(1.4)1.441.17–1.76P ≤ 0.001
No9010(16.0)46,323(82.4)
  1. Prevalence odds ratio analysis of the likelihood of being nondeployable and having a musculoskeletal, cardiometabolic or behavioral health e-Profile, motor vehicle accident or work/duty-related injury. Nondeployable Soldiers were significantly more likely to have musculoskeletal e-Profiles or have had a work/duty-related injury