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Table 4 Non-conditional logistic regression analysis for hypertension in adults

From: The interaction effects of risk factors for hypertension in adults: a cross-sectional survey in Guilin, China

Variablesa Controls (%) Cases (%) OR (95 % CI)
n = 5037 n = 1623 Unadjusted Adjustedb
BMI: (−) age: (−) 1927 (38.3) 94 (5.8) 1.000 (reference) 1.000 (reference)
(−) (+) 1085 (21.5) 409 (25.2) 7.728 (6.102 ~ 9.787)* 6.891 (5.429 ~ 8.748)*
(+) (−) 1175 (23.3) 239 (14.7) 4.170 (3.249 ~ 5.351)* 3.301 (2.556 ~ 4.264)*
(+) (+) 850 (16.9) 881 (54.3) 21.248 (16.925 ~ 26.675)* 17.548 (13.931 ~ 22.103)*
Hyperuricemia: no 4453 (88.4) 1300 (80.1) 1.000 (reference) 1.000 (reference)
Yes 584 (11.6) 323 (19.9) 1.895 (1.632 ~ 2.200)* 1.478 (1.246 ~ 1.752)*
High TG: no 3717 (73.8) 933 (57.5) 1.000 (reference) 1.000 (reference)
Yes 1320 (26.2) 690 (42.5) 2.083 (1.853 ~ 2.340)* 1.365 (1.191 ~ 1.564)*
High TC: no 3414 (67.8) 824 (50.8) 1.000 (reference) 1.000 (reference)
Yes 1623 (32.2) 799 (49.2) 2.040 (1.820 ~ 2.286)* 1.411 (1.241 ~ 1.604)*
  1. Abbreviations: BMI body mass index, TG triglyceride, TC total cholesterol, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval
  2. aCut-offs for high BMI = 24.115 kg/m2, advanced age = 47.5 years, hyperuricemia = 420 μmol/L and 360 μmol/L in male and in female respectively, high TC = 5.18 mmol/L and high TG =1.7 mmol/L. Those with normal values were considered as the reference group
  3. bMultivariate logistic regression analysis adjusted for all other variables in the Table 4
  4. *P < 0.001 compared with the reference group