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Table 4 Two-year adjusted prevalence of all trauma, fractures only, and nonfracture trauma in men

From: Risk of future trauma based on alcohol screening scores: A two-year prospective cohort study among US veterans

  AUDIT-C Score
  0 1–4 5–8 9–12
  2-Year Adjusted Rate* 2-Year Adjusted Rate* 2-Year Adjusted Rate* 2-Year Adjusted Rate*
All Trauma     
Men <50 0.221 (0.028) 0.208 (.027) 0.203 (0.037) 0.257 (0.050)
Men 50–65 0.169 (0.037) 0.151 (0.038) 0.154 (0.035) 0.156 (0.040)
Men >65** 0.093 (0.032) 0.074 (0.029) 0.079 (0.030) 0.111 (0.034)
Fractures Only     
Men <50 0.041 (0.013) 0.036 (0.011) 0.046 (0.016) 0.067 (0.025)
Men 50–65 0.030 (0.010) 0.027 (0.011) 0.033 (0.013) 0.044 (0.020)
Men >65** 0.019 (0.010) 0.014 (0.008) 0.018 (0.009) 0.034 (0.018)
Nonfracture Trauma     
Men <50 0.201 (0.026) 0.186 (0.022) 0.175 (0.035) 0.216 (0.049)
Men 50–65 0.151 (0.033) 0.135 (0.033) 0.134 (0.030) 0.128 (0.029)
Men >65** 0.080 (0.027) 0.064 (0.025) 0.067 (0.026) 0.086 (0.036)
  1. *Prevalence (SD) from multivariable logistic regression models adjusted for age, race, education, marital status, cigarette smoking status, and Deyo comorbidity index scores.
  2. **Significant interactions with AUDIT-C scores and education and comorbidity were found in men >65 years.
  3. Significantly different from reference group adjusted in multivariable logistic regression models (p < 0.05).