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Table 7 Binary regression of injury risk factors in Brazilian jiu-jitsu adolescent practitioners

From: Could current factors be associated with retrospective sports injuries in Brazilian jiu-jitsu? A cross-sectional study

Variable Coefficient OR Border values CI (95%) p-value
Constant −2.171 0.858
Age −0.46 0.628 0.272 1.445 0.274
Female sex 5.34 209.34 2.014 21,759 0.024*
Height 8.995 8066 0.007 8.94 0.205
Body weight 0.044 1.045 0.949 1.152 0.371
Time of practice −0.018 0.982 0.877 1.099 0.750
Exposure time −0.363 0.696 0.504 0.961 0.028*
RF, Left leg −0.001 0.999 0.906 1.102 0.990
RF, Right leg 0.031 1.032 0.906 1.174 0.638
Hand-grip-strength, Dhg 0.004 1.004 0.973 1.036 0.802
Hand-grip-strength, NDhg −0.016 0.984 0.948 1.021 0.395
Sit-and-reach test −0.186 0.830 0.601 1.145 0.257
Posture 1 −0.335 0.716 0.004 138.971 0.901
Posture2 1.327 3.770 0.007 24.550 0.273
Physical activity 2.218 9.191 0.594 142.339 0.113
Graduation −0.697 0.498 0.194 1.282 0.148
Schober −0.234 0.792 0.522 1.202 0.273
  1. OR odds ratio, RF rectus femoris muscle flexibility, Hand-grip-strength, Dhg dominant hand-grip-strength, Hand-grip-strength, NDhg, non-dominant hand-grip-strength; * p < 0.05