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Table 2 Multiple logistic regression analysis based on characteristics and physical data of the participants (n = 54)

From: Toe grip force of the dominant foot is associated with fall risk in community-dwelling older adults: a cross-sectional study

  Model 1
    95% CI  
Independent variable p SRCβ OR Lower Upper VIF
Age 0.814 −0.020 0.980 0.827 1.161 1.388
Sex 0.451 −0.804 0.448 0.055 3.618 1.232
MMSE 0.208 0.369 1.446 0.814 2.570 1.129
TPDS (HONDF) 0.054 −0.118 0.089 0.788 1.002 1.157
TGF (DF) 0.027 0.257 1.293 1.030 1.624 5.415
TGF (Non-DF) 0.118 −0.164 0.849 0.691 1.042 5.316
  Model 2
    95% CI  
Independent variable p SRCβ OR Lower Upper VIF
Age 0.378 −0.069 0.934 0.802 1.087 1.227
Sex 0.553 −0.528 0.590 0.103 3.376 1.130
MMSE 0.187 0.342 1.407 0.847 2.338 1.174
TPDS thenar asymmetry 0.295 −0.016 0.984 0.954 1.014 1.096
TPDS heel asymmetry 0.865 −0.002 0.998 0.978 1.019 1.113
QFMS asymmetry 0.992 −0.001 1.000 0.908 1.100 1.094
TGF asymmetry 0.289 0.041 1.042 0.966 1.125 1.187
  1. SRCβ standardization regression coefficient, OR odds ratio, 95% CI confidence interval, VIF variance inflation factor, MMSE Mini-Mental State Examination, TPDS two-point discrimination sensory, HONDF heel of non-dominant foot, TGF toe grip force, DF dominant foot, Non-DF non-dominant foot