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Table 4 Multivariable analyses of high risk and not high study participants (n = 1733) by the following characteristics

From: Clinical and biochemical characterization of high risk and not high risk for cardiovascular disease adults in a population from peripheral region of Bangladesh

Variables Multivariable analysis
ORa(95 % CI) P value
Age (years) 31 – 45 1.00  
46 - 60 0.85 (0.65-1.12) 0.256
Above 60 year 0.92 (0.64-1.31) 0.637
Gender Male 1.00  
Female 1.87 (1.34-2.59) <0.001
Economic status Low income 1.00  
Lower- middle income 0.93 (0.71-1.22) 0.604
Upper- middle income 1.15 (0.19-6.91) 0.878
Employment status Unemployed/ sacked from the present job/ Retired 1.00  
Office work/ Business/ Skilled labour 0.70 (0.37-1.32) 0.269
House maker/farmer 0.91 (0.52-1.59) 0.729
Rickshaw puller/day labour/ Others 0.64 (0.35-1.17) 0.151
Fruits intake pattern More than 1 servings/day 1.00 <0.001
Less than 1 servings/day 50.50 (21.56-118.29)  
Vegetable intake pattern less than 2 servings/day 1.00  
3-5 servings/day 0.70 (0.54-0.91) 0.007
Smoking No 1.00  
Yes 0.65 (0.49-0.87) 0.004
Smokeless tobacco No 1.00  
Yes 1.28 (1.00-1.63) 0.052
BMIb Normal (18.51-23.0) 1.00  
Underweight (<18.5) 0.62 (0.46-0.84) 0.002
Overweight (23.01-25.0) 1.65 (1.22-2.25) 0.001
Obese (>25.01) 2.40 (1.29-4.49) 0.006
WCb Normal (<0.90 male, <0.80 female) 1.00  
Risk (>0.90 male, >0.80 female) 2.65 (1.92-3.67) <0.001
WHRb Normal (<0.95 male, <0.80 female) 1.00  
Moderate (0.96-1.0 male, 0.81-0.85 female) 1.56 (1.09-2.22) 0.014
High risk (>1.0 male, >0.85 female) 2.49 (1.74-3.56) <0.001
WHtRb <=0.5(non central fat distribution - pears) 1.00  
>0.5(central fat distribution - apples) 2.48 (1.93-3.20) <0.001
Hypertension Normotensive 1.00  
Pre-hypertensive 6.85 (5.02-9.34) <0.001
Hypertensive 8.10 (4.97-13.21) <0.001
Glycaemic status Non diabetic 1.00  
Pre-diabetic 0.96 (0.57-1.61) 0.869
Diabetic 1.06 (0.80-1.41) 0.679
Dyslipidaemia No 1.00  
Yes 0.63 (0.43-0.91) 0.013
Creatinine (mg/dl) Normal 1.00  
Abnormal 1.79 (0.75-4.27) 0.187
  1. aAdjusted odds ratio after multivariable logistic regression; bDifferent obesity indicators (i.e., BMI, WC, WHR and WHtR were added in the model separately)