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Table 2 Demographics and delirium interview information of the patients

From: Delirium risk factors in hospitalized patient: a comprehensive evaluation of underlying diseases and medications in different wards of a large Urban Hospital Center in Iran

Factors Delirium P-value
Affected No. (%) Not-affected No. (%)  
Vision
 Intact 3(13.64) 67(34) 0.056
 Impaired or blind 19(86.36) 130(66)  
Type of visual loss
 Partial 18(94.7) 128(98.5) 0.336
 Total 1(5.3) 2(1.5)  
Use of eyeglasses
 Yes 6(33.3) 75(57.7) 0.052
 No 13(66.7) 55(42.3)  
Access to eyeglasses
 Yes 3(16.7) 41(31.5) 0.274
 No 15(83.3) 89(68.5)  
Hearing
 Intact 17(77.3) 148(74.7) 0.795
 Impaired or deaf 5(22.7) 50(25.3)  
Type of hearing loss
 Partial 5(100) 47(94.2) 1.000
 Total 0(0) 3(5.8)  
Use of hearing aid
 Yes 0(0) 5(9.8) 1.000
 No 5(100) 45(90.2)  
Access to hearing aid
 Yes 0(0) 3(5.9) 1.000
 No 5(100) 47(94.1)  
Dementia
 Yes 3(13.6) 2(1) 0.008
 No 19(86.4) 196(99)  
Comfortable sleep
 Yes 2(9.1) 122(61.6) 0.0001
 No 20(90.9) 76(38.4)  
Adequate sleep
 Yes 3(13.6) 171(86.3) 0.0001
 No 19(86.4) 27(13.6)  
Sleep habits
 Yes 1(4.5) 15(7.6) 1.000
No 21(95.5) 183(92.4)  
Sex
 Male 11 (50) 103 (52) 0.857
 Female 11 (50) 95 (48)  
City of residence
 Capital 11 (50) 80 (40.4) 0.386
 Others 11 (50) 118 (59.6)  
Education
 Illiterate 11 (50) 75 (37.9) 0.414
 Under diploma 9 (40.9) 81 (40.9)  
 Diploma 0 (0) 21 (10.6)  
 University degree 2 (9.1) 21 (10.6)  
Marital status
 Married 13 (59.1) 152 (76.8) 0.093
 Single 0 (0) 5 (2.5)  
 Widow 9 (40.9) 35 (17.7)  
 Divorced 0 (0) 6 (3)  
Employment status
 Employed 3 (13.6) 37(18.7) 0.395
 Retired 2 (9.1) 38 (19.2)  
 Unemployed 17 (77.3) 123 (62.1)  
Insurance
 Yes 12 (54.6) 122 (61.6) 0.519
 No 10 (45.4) 76 (38.4)  
Living with family members
 Yes 19 (86.4) 186 (93.9) 0.178
 No 3 (13.6) 12 (6.1)  
Age 65.7a(12.8b) 58.6(12.8b) 0.014
  1. amean age of the group
  2. bstandard deviation