Table 4 |
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Odds ratio of hyperuricemia associated with betel nut chewing by age, body mass index, diabetes and hypertension | |||
Odds ratio | 95% CI | P value | |
Overall a | 0.745 | (0.658-0.844) | <0.001*** |
Age b | |||
≥60 years old | 0.879 | (0.697-1.109) | 0.277 |
<60 years old | 0.705 | (0.607-0.818) | <0.001*** |
BMI b | |||
≥25 | 0.670 | (0.571-0.786) | <0.001*** |
<25 | 0.874 | (0.718-1.065) | 0.182 |
Diabetes b | |||
(+) | 0.796 | (0.579-1.094) | 0.160 |
(−) | 0.833 | (0.731-0.95) | 0.006** |
Hypertension b | |||
(+) | 0.799 | (0.661-0.967) | 0.021* |
(−) | 0.705 | (0.597-0.833) | <0.001*** |
*p-value < 0.05; **p-value < 0.01; ***p-value < 0.001.
a: Multivariate logistic regression analysis conducted with all adjustment factors, including age, body mass index (BMI), smoking, alcohol intake, hypertension, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia, mixed-hyperlipidemia, proteinuria.
b: Multivariate logistic regression analysis conducted with the rest of the variables, in addition to specific variables under stratified conditions as presence and absence.
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