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Table 5 Financial and social burden due to an injury event

From: Household exposure to violence and human rights violations in western Bangladesh (I): prevalence, risk factors and consequences

Financial and social burden Household income declines due to the injury of family member Family member stops working in order to take care of injured person Family member stops schooling in order to take care of injured person or make up the loss of income Family borrows money to pay for medication or to make up for the loss of income
Items No Yes OR (95% CI) P value No Yes OR (95% CI) P value No Yes OR (95% CI) P value No Yes OR (95% CI) P value
No OPV and human rights violations 35 16 1 - 42 9 1 - 49 2 1 - 40 11 1 -
1 category of OPV and human rights violations 91 41 0.88 (0.43-1.82) 0.740 102 30 1.16 (0.50-2.71) 0.729 128 4 0.80 (0.14-4.58) 0.803 99 33 1.06 (0.48-2.37) 0.884
≥ 2 categories of OPV and human rights violations 450 465 2.29 (1.22-4.31) < 0.01 538 377 2.89 (1.37-6.11) < 0.005 842 73 1.64 (0.38-7.07) 0.509 555 360 2.10 (1.04-4.25) < 0.05
Total 576 522    682 416    1,019 79    694 404   
  1. Generalised linear model adjusted to education level, occupation of head of household, household income level, upazila and number of family members who reported lifetime experience of violence-related injury, n = 10