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From: The risk of chronic kidney disease in relation to anthropometric measures of obesity: A Swedish cohort study

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A Adjusted HR (95% CI) for different anthropometric measures (in sex-specific quartiles, Q1–Q4) in relation to the risk of developing CKD in men. BMI = body mass index; WC = waist circumference; WHR = waist hip ratio; WHtR = waist height ratio; BF % = body fat percentage; Q = quartile. Graphic representation of Hazard Ratios (HRs) for developing chronic kidney disease (CKD) for each anthropometric measure. HRs are adjusted for age, use of antihypertensive medication, lipid-lowering medication, systolic blood pressure, smoking, low physical activity, diabetes, alcohol consumption, low education, marital status and immigrant status. HRs are represented with a rhomb. Brackets represent 95 % confidence intervals. B Adjusted HR (95% CI) for different anthropometric measures (in sex-specific quartiles, Q1–Q4) in relation to the risk of developing CKD in women. BMI = body mass index; WC = waist circumference; WHR = waist hip ratio; WHtR = waist height ratio; BF % = body fat percentage; Q = quartile. Graphic representation of Hazard Ratios (HRs) for developing chronic kidney disease (CKD) for each anthropometric measure. HRs are adjusted for age, use of antihypertensive medication, lipid-lowering medication, systolic blood pressure, smoking, low physical activity, diabetes, alcohol consumption, low education, marital status and immigrant status. HRs are represented with a square. Brackets represent 95 % confidence intervals

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