Table 3

Odds ratio of PreDM and PreHT based on clinical variables
Variables Prediabetes Prehypertension
OR 95% CI p OR 95% CI p
Female gender 0.71 0.6–0.9 <0.001 0.79 0.63–1.03 0.059
Age ≥ 60 yrs 1.17 0.99–1.40 0.067 1.14 0.90–1.45 0.273
Smoking 0.72 0.57–0.90 0.005 0.65 0.50–0.85 0.002
Hyperuricemia (≥420 m i ≥360 f) 1.71 1.29–2.28 <0.001 1.34 0.87–2.14 0.180
BMI overweight (25–29.9 kg/m2) 1.41 1.11–1.79 0.005 1.38 1.05–1.80 0.020
BMI obese (≥30 kg/m2) 2.01 1.58–2.57 <0.001 1.34 0.99–1.79 0.060
Waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) 1.44 1.19–1.74 <0.001 1.16 0.91–1.47 0.245
Pro-uric diet (score >10) 1.61 1.25–2.06 <0.001 1.17 0.84–1.64 0.393
Alcohol consumption 1.3 1.06–1.58 <0.001 0.97 0.75–1.24 0.848
Triglycerides (>1.7mmol/L) 1.47 1.23–1.75 <0.001 1.27 1.01–1.60 0.045
Total cholesterol (>5.0 mmol/L) 1.09 0.86–1.30 0.560 0.87 0.67–1.14 0.365
HDL-cholesterol (m <1.03, f <1.29 mmol/L) 1.24 0.99–1.56 0.069 0.88 0.65–1.21 0.440
LDL-cholesterol (>3.0 mmol/L) 1.03 0.83–1.27 0.829 0.84 0.63–1.11 0.250

Smoking – actual smoking or less then 6months since quitting.

Waist-to-hip ratio – m >0.9, f >0.85.

Pro-uric diet – according to Table 1.

Alcohol consumption – > 20g ethanol per day for men and > 10g for women.

Vučak et al.

Vučak et al. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2012 12:117   doi:10.1186/1471-2261-12-117

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