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Table. 2.

Relationship between secondhand smoking and dysglycemia

Odds ratio (P-value, 95% confidence interval) for dysglycemia
Unadjusted Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
HbA1c
Total (n=4,417) 0.873 (0.061, 0.758–1.006) 1.159 (0.067, 0.990–1.359) 1.166 (0.089, 0.977–1.391) 1.173 (0.080, 0.981–1.401)
Male (n=1,551) 0.927 (0.504, 0.744–1.156) 1.165 (0.212, 0.917–1.479) 1.209 (0.171, 0.921–1.587) 1.239 (0.126, 0.941–1.631)
Female (n=2,866) 0.829 (0.048, 0.688–0.998) 1.146 (0.206, 0.928–1.415) 1.138 (0.274, 0.902–1.436) 1.134 (0.293, 0.897–1.435)
Fasting blood glucose
Total (n=4,417) 1.009 (0.902, 0.876–1.162) 1.149 (0.076, 0.986–1.338) 1.088 (0.334, 0.917–1.292) 1.098 (0.293, 0.923–1.306)
Male (n=1,551) 1.059 (0.602, 0.854–1.313) 1.274 (0.038, 1.014–1.600) 1.199 (0.166, 0.927–1.550) 1.212 (0.149, 0.934–1.573)
Female (n=2,866) 0.845 (0.091, 0.695–1.027) 1.054 (0.620, 0.856–1.297) 1.008 (0.945, 0.799–1.272) 1.015 (0.902, 0.802–1.285)

Model 1 was adjusted for age, sex. Model 2 was adjusted for variables of model 1 plus alcohol intake, physical activity, daily energy intake, central obesity, overweight. Model 3 was adjusted for variables of model 2 plus education, income.

P-value and odds ratio was calculated by logistic regression analysis.

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