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Table 5 Logistic regression of metabolic syndrome

From: Type D personality is associated with increased metabolic syndrome prevalence and an unhealthy lifestyle in a cross-sectional Dutch community sample

  Step 1     Step 2     Step 3    
   95% CI for OR    95% CI for OR    95% CI for OR  
  OR Lower Upper Sig. OR Lower Upper Sig. OR Lower Upper Sig.
Type D (yes) 2.31 1.32 4.05 .003 2.17 1.19 3.97 .011 2.19 1.20 4.02 .011
Gender (male) 1.16 0.74 1.84 .514 1.02 0.63 1.67 .933 1.03 0.63 1.68 .920
Age < 45 years     .000     .000     .000
   45-65 years 12.5 4.94 31.6 .000 9.86 3.85 25.2 .000 9.72 3.79 24.9 .000
   >65 years 27.8 10.6 73.1 .000 13.3 4.84 36.5 .000 13.2 4.78 36.3 .000
With partner (yes) 3.58 1.50 8.56 .004 4.36 1.75 10.9 .002 4.24 1.70 10.6 .002
College Education (yes) 0.91 0.54 1.54 .737 0.90 0.52 1.56 .713 0.90 0.52 1.57 .714
CVD (yes)      6.32 3.69 10.8 .000 6.25 3.60 10.8 .000
CVD family history (yes)      1.12 0.69 1.81 .657 1.13 0.69 1.83 .635
Smoking (yes)      0.81 0.44 1.48 .495 0.82 0.45 1.49 .508
Alcohol use > 1 (yes)      0.72 0.41 1.27 .250 0.71 0.40 1.25 .237
Healthy exercise norm (not adhering)          reference    .921
          1.17 0.52 2.65 .705
          0.99 0.57 1.74 .982
Diet guidelines (not adhering)          reference    .729
          0.74 0.34 1.62 .452
          1.00 0.59 1.69 .999
-2LL of the model started at 605.65 570.35     522.53     521.80    
  1. CVD = Cardiovascular Disease
  2. N = 1400 cases in the analysis