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Table 3 Logistic regression models of metabolic syndrome versus parental diabetes, hypertension and CVDs

From: Metabolic syndrome and parental history of cardiovascular disease in young adults in urban Ghana

  Unadjusted OR (95% CI) p Adjusted OR (95% CI)a p
All participants
 Parental diabetes 1.14 (1.09–2.06) 0.031 1.01 (0.89–3.87) 0.152
 Parental hypertension 1.61 (1.17–2.94) 0.018 1.18 (1.01–2.12) 0.054
 Parental CVDs 2.11 (1.41–4.76) <0.001 1.23 (1.12–3.04) 0.037
Males
 Parental diabetes 2.36 (0.54–4.12) 0.487 1.41 (0.31–8.91) 0.561
 Parental hypertension 2.81 (0.72–5.62) 0.238 1.87 (0.81–7.02) 0.421
 Parental CVDs 1.59 (0.62–3.11) 0.204 1.92 (0.51–3.68) 0.384
Females
 Parental diabetes 1.32 (1.11–2.65) <0.001 1.17 (0.94–2.97) 0.091
 Parental hypertension 2.01 (1.12–3.14) <0.001 1.41 (1.07–2.85) 0.026
 Parental CVDs 2.24 (1.08–5.01) <0.001 1.51 (1.14–4.52) 0.017
  1. Data analyzed using binary logistic regression for unadjusted odds ratio and multivariable regression for adjusted odds ratio
  2. OR odds ratio, CVDs cardiovascular diseases
  3. aadjusted for age, gender, alcohol intake and smoking status
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