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Table 4 Regression model showing association of precarious employment and body mass index, blood pressure, lipid and glucose metabolism

From: Body mass index, blood pressure, and glucose and lipid metabolism among permanent and fixed-term workers in the manufacturing industry: a cross-sectional study

Variables Model 1 Model 2
  Parameter estimate Standard error Standardized estimate p-value Parameter estimate Standard error Standardized estimate p-value
Anthropometric data         
   Body mass index (kg/m2) -0.504 0.201 -0.060 0.005 -0.471 0.201 -0.056 0.008
Blood pressure         
   Systolic (mmHg) 2.044 0.826 0.060 0.008 2.120 0.827 0.062 0.006
   Diastolic (mmHg) 2.574 0.641 0.088 <0.001 2.793 0.638 0.096 <0.001
Lipid metabolism         
   LDL-cholesterol (mg/dL) -2.784 1.809 -0.035 0.168 -2.485 1.803 -0.031 0.224
   HDL-cholesterol (mg/dL) -1.162 0.896 -0.031 0.087 -0.948 0.878 -0.026 0.132
   Triglyceride (mg/dL) 10.902 3.938 0.066 0.004 11.147 3.943 0.068 0.004
Glucose metabolism         
   Fasting plasma glucose (mg/dL) 2.161 0.856 0.072 0.006 2.218 0.857 0.074 0.004
   HbA1c (%) 0.110 0.022 0.128 <0.001 0.107 0.022 0.124 <0.001
  1. Model 1 was adjusted for age.
  2. Model 2 was adjusted for age, smoking, alcohol, and exercise.
  3. Results of p-value is calculated by the regression analysis with use of log-transformed data.