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Table 4 Multivariable logistic regression for the prediction of hypertension in the whole study population

From: Association of urinary sodium excretion with blood pressure and risk factors associated with hypertension among Cameroonian pygmies and bantus: a cross-sectional study

  OR (95% CI) p
Age, years 1.095 (1.057–1.135) < 0.0001
Bantu status 11.408 (3.599–36.165) <  0.0001
Male gender 0.892 (0.399–1.993) 0.781
Tobacco use: yes 4.813 (0.657–35.231) 0.122
Alcohol intake: yes 0.943 (0.388–2.291) 0.898
BMI, kg/m2 0.994 (0.919–1.075) 0.882
WC, cm 1.022 (0.989–1.057) 0.191
Urinary Na+, mmol/L 1.012 (1.005–1.018) < 0.0001
Urinary K+, mmol/L 0.994 (0.982–1.006) 0.301
Na+/K+ ratio 0.917 (0.796–1.057) 0.230
  1. CI Confident interval, BMI Body mass index, WC Waist circumference, OR Odds ratio