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Table 2 Odds ratios for microalbuminuria by individual MetS component, MetS and CRP

From: Metabolic syndrome, C-reactive protein and microalbuminuria in a rural Chinese population: a cross-sectional study

  Unadjusted Adjusted model1* Adjusted model2
  OR (95% CI) pvalue OR (95% CI) pvalue OR (95%CI) pvalue
Obesity 1.00(0.84-1.18) 0.96 0.98(0.82-1.17) 0.81 0.92(0.76-1.10) 0.34
High BP 1.76(1.45-2.12) <0.001 1.38(1.13– 1.70) 0.002 1.36(1.10– 1.67) 0.004
High fasting glucose 1.65(1.36-1.99) <0.001 1.47(1.20 -1.80) <0.001 1.44(1.17 -1.76) <0.001
High triglycerides 1.17(0.98-1.41) 0.08 1.10(0.91-1.32) 0.35 1.03(0.85-1.26) 0.76
Low HDL cholesterol 1.95( 0.77-1.18) 0.65 1.03(0.83 -1.29) 0.77 1.04(0.82 -1.30) 0.76
High CRP 1.33(1.07-1.65) 0.01 1.16(0.93-1.45) 0.19 1.12(0.89-1.40) 0.34
MetS 1.38(1.15-1.65) 0.001 1.25(1.03 -1.51) 0.02
  1. BP blood pressure, CRP C-reactive protein, CI confidence interval, HDL high density lipoprotein, MetS metabolic syndrome, OR odds ratio.
  2. * Adjusted for age, sex, smoking status, alcohol use, education level, history of cardiovascular disease or stroke and CRP (except for analyses on the High CRP).
  3. Additionally adjusted for the other components of MetS.
  4. Compared with those without MetS (<3 components).