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Table 1 Variables and their relation to UDHR and CRPD articles and ICF categories

From: Assistive technology use and human rights enjoyment: a cross-sectional study in Bangladesh

Variable UDHR CRPD ICF
Outcome variables    
Standard of living 25   (d940)
 - Adequate food   - 28 - (d550)
 - Safe water   - 28 - (d560)
 - Adequate clothes   - 28 - (d540)
 - Adequate housing   - 28 - (e155)
Health 25 25 (d940)
 a. Necessary medical care    a. (e5800)
 b. Physical health    b. (BF, BS)
 c. Mental health    c. (BF)
Education 26 24 (d940)
 a. Reading ability    a. (d166)
 b. Primary education    b. (d820)
 c. Participation in school    c. d820
Work 23 27 (d940)
 a. Working    a. (d850)
 b. Participation in employment    b. d850
Receiving information 19 21, 26 (d940)
 a. Listening performance    a. d115
Movement 13   (d940)
 a. Participation in using public transportation   a. 18 a. d470
 b. Ambulating performance   b. 20 b. d450-d460
Predictor variables    
Hearing aid use 19 21, 26 (e1251)
Wheelchair use 13 20, 26 (e1201)
Confounding variables    
Sex 1, 2 3, 6 (PF)
Age 1, 2 3, 7 (PF)
Place of living 1, 2 3 (PF)
Economic situation 1, 2 3 (PF)
Physical accessibility to working place   9 (e150, e155)
Duration of use   26 (e1201, e1251)
Listening capacity 19 21, 26 d115
Ambulating capacity 13 20, 26 d450-d460
  1. Categories in brackets were not coded or quantified according to the ICF system.
  2. BF = body functions; BS = body structures; PF = personal factors.