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Table 5 Odds Ratios predicting prevalence of Diabetes on the basis of measured, self-reported and adjusted self-reported (SR) BMI scores with a standard set of covariatesa

From: Accuracy and usefulness of BMI measures based on self-reported weight and height: findings from the NHANES & NHIS 2001-2006

  NHANES 2001-2006:
  Odds Ratio Standard Error P-value
Model 1:    
Measured BMI 1.209 0.038 0.00
(Measured BMI)2 0.999 0.0004 0.00
Model 2:    
Self reported BMI 1.242 0.035 0.00
(Self reported BMI)2 0.998 0.0004 0.00
Model 3:    
Adjusted SR BMI 1.198 0.039 0.00
(Adjusted SR BMI)2 0.999 0.0005 0.00
  NHIS 2001-2006:
  Odds Ratio Standard Error P-value
Model 2:    
Self reported BMI 1.268 0.017 0.00
(Self reported BMI)2 0.998 0.0002 0.00
Model 3:    
Adjusted SR BMI 1.207 0.020 0.00
(Adjusted SR BMI)2 0.999 0.0002 0.00
  1. a Adjusted odds ratios are based on multivariate logistic regression models with the following set of covariates in the models: gender, age, education, race/ethnicity and household income
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