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Table 2 Sociodemographic and occupational characteristics, lifestyle, and morbidity related to abdominal adiposity (N = 189), Bahia, Brazil, 2016

From: Burnout syndrome and abdominal adiposity among Primary Health Care nursing professionals

  High abdominal adiposity risk  
Prevalence (54%)  
Variables p (%) PR CI (95%)
Sexa
 Male 1 (16.6) 1.00  
 Female 101 (55.1) 3.31 0.55–19.91
Age
 Till 35 years old 45 (42.4) 1.00  
 36 or more 57 (68.6) 1.61 1.24–2.10
Education
 High School 63 (66.3) 1.6 1.20–2.11
 University 39 (41.4) 1.00  
Physical activity practice
 Yes 29 (43.9) 1.00  
 No 72 (59) 1.3 0.99–1.83
Alcoholic beverage consumption
 No 50 (56.8) 1.00  
 Yes 51 (51.5) 0.90 0.69–1.18
Hypertensive
 No 85 (49.4) 1.00  
 Yes 16 (100) 2.02 1.74–2.35
Diabetica
 No 98 (52.9) 1.00  
 Yes 4 (100) 1.80 1.64–2.16
Anxious
 No 37 (56.0) 1.00  
 Yes 64 (52.9) 0.94 0.71–1.23
Working time at a PHC unit
 Up to 4 years 43 (40.9) 1.00  
 5 or more years 59 (70.2) 1.7 1.31–2.24
Emotional exhaustion
 Low 39 (53.4) 1.00  
 Average 34 (44.1) 0.82 0.59–1.15
 High 29 (74.3) 1.39 1.05–1.84
Depersonalization
 Low 31 (56.3) 1.00  
 Average 31 (41.9) 0.74 0.52–1.06
 High 40 (66.6) 1.18 0.88–1.58
Reduced professional fulfillmenta
 Low 1 (20) 1.00  
 Average 47 (50.5) 2.52 0.43–14.7
 High 54 (59.3) 2.96 0.50–17.2
  1. aFisher’s exact test