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Table 5 Log-odds from logistic regressions estimating the slope inequality index (SII) and its interaction with time for Diabetes, Hypertension and Heart Disease for the Total Population and by Sex, Brazil 1998–2013

From: Time trends in adult chronic disease inequalities by education in Brazil: 1998–2013

Variables All Females Males
  Diabetes Hypertension Heart Diabetes Hypertension Heart Diabetes Hypertension Heart
Slope inequality index (SII) −0.55*** −0.87*** −0.99*** −1.01*** −1.17*** −1.19*** 0.24** −0.42*** −0.68***
Year
 1998 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00
 2003 0.29*** 0.14*** −0.16*** 0.27*** 0.16*** −0.17*** 0.37*** 0.12*** −0.13**
 2008 0.54*** 0.21*** −0.19*** 0.49*** 0.20*** −0.23*** 0.72*** 0.27*** −0.08
 2013 0.88*** 0.15*** −0.63*** 0.80*** 0.16*** −0.68*** 1.05*** 0.13** −0.56***
Interaction SII X year
 2003 −0.18** −0.08* 0.03 −0.23** −0.13*** −0.00 −0.21* −0.04 0.06
 2008 −0.25*** −0.13*** −0.04 −0.33*** −0.19*** −0.10 −0.33*** −0.12* −0.02
 2013 −0.48*** 0.16** 0.24 −0.50*** 0.01 0.08 −0.59*** 0.32*** 0.39
  1. Models were fitted separately by chronic disease controlling for sex (for all), race, region, health insurance and proxy respondent (see Appendix for full tables)
  2. *** p <0.001, ** p <0.01, * p <0.05