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Table 3 Interaction between race and neighborhood poverty rate on emergency diagnosis and emergency surgery and neighborhood random effects in adjusted race and poverty interaction models (Model 6) a

From: Missed opportunities: racial and neighborhood socioeconomic disparities in emergency colorectal cancer diagnosis and surgery

  Emergency diagnosis Emergency surgery
  Total Percent emergencies Odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals Total Percent emergencies Odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals
White         
<10% 48767 28.1 1   32922 25.0 1  
10-19.9% 18903 27.3 0.97 0.92-1.02 12433 24.0 0.99 0.93-1.05
≥20% 8170 29.9 1.04 0.98-1.12 5245 26.8 1.06 0.98-1.15
Black         
<10% 1430 33.9 1.09 0.95-1.25 837 31.1 1.09 0.92-1.30
10-19.9% 1800 35.8 1.16 1.02-1.31 1111 34.6 1.27 1.09-1.47
≥20% 4260 42.4 1.50 1.38-1.63 2498 40.8 1.63 1.47-1.81
Variance (se)    .4881 (.0157)    .6254 (.0221)
Median odds ratio    1.95    2.13
  1. aModels adjusted for the following covariates: sex, urban/rural, Medicaid, comorbidity, prior hospitalization, preventable hospitalization, endoscopies in prior year, stage, grade, histology, and tumor location, and the main effects of race and neighborhood poverty.
  2. Values in bold represent odds ratios for which the 95% confidence interval does not include the value one.