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Table. 3.

Relationship between urine cotinine level and dysglycemia in secondhand smoking group

Urine cotinine quintile group
1sta
(n=213)
2nd
(n=219)
3rd
(n=221)
4th
(n=224)
5th
(n=226)
HbA1c
Unadjusted 1 0.848 (0.414, 0.570–1.260) 0.944 (0.774, 0.638–1.397) 1.058 (0.774, 0.718–1.560) 1.043 (0.830, 0.708–1.537)
Model 1 1 0.888 (0.594, 0.573–1.375) 0.901 (0.636, 0.585–1.387) 0.985 (0.945, 0.643–1.508) 1.091 (0.691, 0.711–1.674)
Model 2 1 1.336 (0.248, 0.818–2.183) 1.043 (0.866, 0.639–1.703) 1.037 (0.884, 0.635–1.693) 1.348 (0.243, 0.816–2.225)
Model 3 1 1.501 (0.112, 0.910–2.476) 1.147 (0.588, 0.697–1.888) 1.088 (0.740, 0.663–1.785) 1.418 (0.182, 0.849–2.370)
Fasting blood glucose
Unadjusted 1 1.240 (0.298, 0.827–1.860) 1.575 (0.026, 1.057–2.348) 1.659 (0.012, 1.116–2.468) 1.490 (0.049, 1.001–2.219)
Model 1 1 1.258 (0.311, 0.807–1.959) 1.507 (0.064, 0.976–2.328) 1.585 (0.035, 1.032–2.435) 1.550 (0.047, 1.006–2.389)
Model 2 1 1.512 (0.101, 0.922–2.480) 1.583 (0.063, 0.975–2.572) 1.546 (0.079, 0.951–2.512) 1.653 (0.047, 1.006–2.717)
Model 3 1 1.620 (0.063, 0.973–2.696) 1.700 (0.036, 1.034–2.793) 1.677 (0.040, 1.023–2.747) 1.915 (0.013, 1.149–3.190)

Values are presenteted for odds ratio (P-value, 95% confidence interval) for dysglycemia.

a1st quintile group was reference group.

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.

Korean J Fam Pract 2021;11:256~262 https://doi.org/10.21215/kjfp.2021.11.4.256
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