Table 3

HUA risk factors in two Northern Chinese provinces
Factors n % ORa 95% CIa
Gender
  Male 784 21.1 1.00
  Female 373 7.9 0.52 0.42-0.64
Residence
  Agricultural and pastoral areas 324 11.4 1.00
  Small and medium sized cities 202 10.4 0.92 0.72-1.18
  Suburbs of big cities 352 20.3 2.14 1.71-2.68
  Center of big cities 279 14.5 1.57 1.25-1.98
Age group
  25-44 yrs. 417 13.8 1.00
  18-24 yrs. 165 13.4 2.01 1.52-2.64
  45-64 yrs. 392 12.5 0.56 0.45-0.71
  > 65 yrs. 183 17.4 0.62 0.43-0.92
TC
  TC < 5.17 mmol/L 662 11.6 1.00
  TC ≥ 5.17 mmol/L &TC<6.24 mmol/L 319 15.8 1.04 0.85-1.26
  TC ≥ 6.24 mmol/L 176 24.7 1.48 1.12-1.94
TG
  TG < 1.69 mmol/L 479 8.4 1.00
  TG ≥ 1.69 mmol/L &TG<2.26 mmol/L 207 18.0 1.76 1.39-2.22
  TG ≥ 2.26 mmol/L &TG<5.65 mmol/L 399 28.8 2.83 2.30-3.49
  TG ≥ 5.65 mmol/L 72 42.1 4.3 2.69-6.86
FG
  Glu < 5.6 mmol/L 717 11.6 1.00
  Glu ≥ 5.6 mmol/L &Glu<7.0 mmol/L 379 20.8 1.27 1.05-1.54
  Glu ≥ 7.0 mmol/L 61 14.9 0.59 0.40-0.86
HTN
  Normal 211 7.7 1.00
  PreHTN 569 15.3 1.51 1.22-1.87
HTN 345 20.2 1.53 1.18-1.99
  Obesity
  Normal 426 9.1 1.00
  Overweight 540 20.0 1.65 1.33-2.05
  Obesity 150 30.1 2.42 1.73-3.39
CKD
  eGFR≥90 ml/(min·1.73 m2) 754 12.7 1.00
  eGFR≥60 ml/(min·1.73 m2) & eGFR<90 ml/(min·1.73 m2) 291 14.6 1.82 1.42-2.33
  eGFR≥30 ml/(min·1.73 m2) & eGFR<60 ml/(min·1.73 m2) 86 30.0 6.34 3.96-10.13
  eGFR<30 ml/(min·1.73 m2) 5 83.3 55.87 6.10-511.48
Abdominal obesity
  Normal 496 9.5 1.00
  Abdominal obesity 661 20.4 1.82 1.46-2.26
Drinking
  Non-drinking 578 10.2 1.00
  Drinking 495 22.8 1.36 1.11-1.67
  Quit drinking 33 16.9 1.07 0.65-1.77
Sleeping time
  >8 hours 222 12.4 1.00
  6-8 hours 681 14.1 1.07 0.88-1.31
  4-6 hours 144 13.4 1.03 0.77-1.37
  <4 hours 24 17.8 2.48 1.39-4.42

a Bold text indicates significance at P<0.05.

Abbreviations: TC total cholesterol, TG triglyceride, FG fasting glucose, HTN hypertension, CKD chronic kidney disease.

A stepwise logistic regression model was used to estimate odds ratios (ORs) with 95% confidence intervals (CIs) and all other factors were adjusted when estimate odds ratios (ORs) with 95% confidence intervals (CIs) of each variable.

Qiu et al.

Qiu et al. BMC Public Health 2013 13:664   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-664

Open Data