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Table. 6.

Logistic regression analysis on the cardiovascular risk factors and dyslipidemia

Variable Dyslipidemia
Male Female
Univariablea Multivariableb Univariablea Multivariableb
OR (95% CI) P-value OR (95% CI) P-value OR (95% CI) P-value OR (95% CI) P-value
Age (y)
40–49 Ref. Ref. Ref.
50–59 1.020 (0.768–1.353) 0.891 3.785 (2.885–4.967) <0.001 3.799 (2.881–5.010) <0.001
≥60 1.034 (0.792–1.349) 0.806 6.373 (4.926–8.244) <0.001 5.918 (4.560–7.681) <0.001
Cigarette smoking
No Ref. Ref. Ref.
Yes 1.370 (1.065–1.762) 0.015 1.329 (1.020–1.731) 0.035 0.900 (0.650–1.246) 0.525
Alcohol drinking
No Ref. Ref. Ref.
Yes 0.924 (0.743–1.151) 0.479 0.562 (0.431–0.731) <0.001 0.748 (0.563–0.993) 0.044
Obesity
No Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
Yes 2.004 (1.594–2.518) <0.001 1.393 (1.045–1.857) 0.024 2.367 (1.955–2.864) <0.001 1.709 (1.316–2.219) <0.001
Neck circumference (cm, male/female)
<38/<33 Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
≥38/≥33 2.288 (1.836–2.850) <0.001 1.888 (1.432–2.490) <0.001 2.222 (1.858–2.658) <0.001 1.712 (1.345–2.180) <0.001

OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; Ref., reference.

aUnivariable: univariable logistic regression analysis. bMultivariable: multivariable logistic regression analysis among statistically significant variables.

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