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Table 3 ORs (95% CI) for knee OA according to parameters of MetS

From: Correlation between metabolic syndrome and knee osteoarthritis: data from the Korean National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES)

  Model 1 Model 2
  Male Female Male Female
  OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
WC (≥ 90/80 cm) 1.229 (0.615, 2.457) 2.004 (1.464, 2.743) 1.356 (0.650, 2.828) 1.838 (1.311, 2.576)
HTN 1.113 (0.586, 2.115) 2.000 (1.470, 2.722) 0.710 (0.361, 1.397) 0.933 (0.653, 1.334)
Hyperglycemia 1.334 (0.703, 2.533) 0.909 (0.670, 1.235) 1.458 (0.748, 2.839) 0.822 (0.591, 1.143)
Hypertriglyceridemia 0.798 (0.416, 1.530) 1.138 (0.827, 1.566) 0.997 (0.498, 1.999) 1.045 (0.742, 1.471)
Low HDL - C 1.202 (0.625, 2.311) 1.129 (0.816, 1.560) 1.020 (0.513, 2.027) 1.029 (0.724, 1.461)
  1. Abbreviations: OR Odds ratio, CI confidence interval, OA osteoarthritis, MetS metabolic syndrome, WC waist circumference, HTN hypertension, HDL - C high density lipoprotein cholesterol.
  2. Model 1: unadjusted. Model 2: adjusted for age, height exercise, alcohol intake, and smoking. ORs (95% CI) in Model 2 was 1.094 (1.060, 1.130) in male subjects and 1.089 (1.069, 1.108) in female subjects, and no significance was found with other factors.