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Table 3 The interactive effects of HGI with obesity, family history of hypertension on risk of hypertension

From: Association of hemoglobin glycation index and its interaction with obesity/family history of hypertension on hypertension risk: a community-based cross-sectional survey

Variables OR2(95%CI) Measures of interactionb
RERI AP SI
HGIa Family history of hypertension   1.36 (0.11–2.63)c 0.43 (0.17–0.69)c 2.68 (1.10–6.48)c
 Low No 1 (ref)    
 Low Yes 1.32 (0.90–1.93)    
 High No 1.50 (1.08–2.09)    
 High Yes 3.18 (2.05–4.94)    
HGIa General obesity   0.75 (− 0.05–1.54)d 0.28 (0.01–0.54)c 1.78 (0.85–3.74)d
 Low No 1 (ref)    
 Low Yes 1.38 (0.96–1.99)    
 High No 1.57 (1.05–2.34)    
 High Yes 2.70 (1.83–3.98)    
HGIa Abdominal obesity   1.04 (0.24–1.85)c 0.33 (0.11–0.56)c 1.96 (1.01–3.79)c
 Low No 1 (ref)    
 Low Yes 1.39 (1.01–1.92)    
 High No 1.71 (1.19–2.45)    
 High Yes 3.14 (2.30–4.28)    
  1. aGrouped by cutoff value (0.06) based on ROC curve analysis;
  2. bAdjusted for age, gender, income, marital status, educational level, smoking, family history of hypertension, obesity, FPG, HbA1c, TG and TC
  3. cp < 0.05;
  4. dp > 0.05;