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Table 3 Odds ratio for the top d-ROM or the bottom BAP quartile before and after including CRP levels as one of the covariates

From: Relationship between estimated glomerular filtration rate, albuminuria, and oxidant status in the Japanese population

Dependent variable Independent variable Odd ratios ( 95% ) P value
The top d-ROM quartile Women
 Model 1
The first eGFR quartile 0.83 ( 0.66 - 1.04 ) 0.100
The fourth UAER quartile 1.34 ( 1.04 - 1.75 ) 0.023
 Model 2
The first eGFR quartile 0.81 ( 0.64 - 1.02 ) 0.079
The fourth UAER quartile 1.16 ( 0.18 - 1.52 ) 0.268
Men
 Model 1
The first eGFR quartile 0.80 ( 0.64 - 1.00 ) 0.045
The fourth UAER quartile 1.83 ( 1.48 - 2.26 ) <0.001
 Model 2
The first eGFR quartile 0.78 ( 0.62 - 0.98 ) 0.034
The fourth UAER quartile 1.68 ( 1.35 - 2.10 ) <0.001
The bottom BAP quartile Women
 Model 1
The first eGFR quartile 0.93 ( 0.70 - 1.22 ) 0.589
The fourth UAER quartile 0.99 ( 0.72 - 1.36 ) 0.927
 Model 2
The first eGFR quartile 0.93 ( 0.71 - 1.23 ) 0.617
The fourth UAER quartile 1.00 ( 0.73 - 1.38 ) 0.994
Men
 Model 1
The first eGFR quartile 0.77 ( 0.64 - 0.93 ) 0.005
The fourth UAER quartile 1.36 ( 1.14 - 1.63 ) 0.001
 Model 2
The first eGFR quartile 0.77 ( 0.64 - 0.93 ) 0.005
The fourth UAER quartile 1.37 ( 1.15 - 1.64 ) <0.001
  1. In model 1, variables used in Figures 2 and 3 were used as dependent variables (age, high blood pressure, hypertensive drug use, smoking status, eGFR quartiles, UAER quartiles). In model 2, CRP levels were added as one of the independent variables to model 1.