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Table 4 Associations between Snoring and Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) risk factors

From: Sleep duration, snoring habits and risk of acute myocardial infarction in China population: results of the INTERHEART study

AMI related factors Snoring (Y/N)
  P value* Odds ratio (95% CI)* Adjusted OR (95% CI)
Sex (Male vs Female) 0.0002 1.40 (1.18-1.68) 1.43 (1.14-1.79)
BMI 0.0001   
    ≤24   1.00 1.00
    24-28   1.79 (1.49-2.14) 1.80 (1.48-2.18)
    >28   2.53 (1.82-3.51) 2.51 (1.75-3.58)
Hypertension (Yes vs No) 0.0001 1.84 (1.47-2.30) 1.52 (1.17-1.97)
Diabetes (Yes vs No) 0.9045 1.03 (0.63-1.70) 0.88 (0.50-1.52)
Stroke (Yes vs No) 0.0332 1.80 (1.05-3.09) 0.83 (0.46-1.50)
family history of MI (Yes vs No) 0.8834 1.05 (0.56-1.97) 1.13 (0.57-2.24)
Smoking (Yes vs No) 0.0001 1.89 (1.58-2.27) 1.88 (1.51-2.34)
Alcohol (Yes vs No) 0.0002 1.66 (1.27-2.17) 1.30 (0.97-1.76)
Physical activity (Yes vs No) 0.6928 0.96 (0.77-1.19) 1.10 (0.86-1.39)
Single or divorced (Single vs married) 0.0004 0.58 (0.42-0.78) 0.57 (0.40-0.81)
General stress 0.0001   
    Permanent   1.00 1.00
    Several periods   2.13 (1.73-2.63) 1.89 (1.49-2.38)
    Never experienced   2.31 (1.83-2.90) 2.16 (1.67-2.79)
Depressed (Yes vs No) 0.2133 0.83 (0.63-1.11) 0.92 (0.68-1.26)
  1. *Calculated by Chi-squire test.
  2. *Univariate association analysis by logistic regression.
  3. Model adjusted for all the risk factors.