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Table 5 Adjusted prevalence ratio (PR) and its 95% confidence interval, according to selected variables for adolescents

From: Health promotion initiatives at school related to overweight, insulin resistance, hypertension and dyslipidemia in adolescents: a cross-sectional study in Recife, Brazil

  Components PR (95% CI) p
Overweight    
  Health promoting environment   
  Implemented a 1 0.045**
  Unsatisfactory implementation b 1.02 (1.0; 1.04)
  Partnership with the health sector 1  
  Implemented a 1.03 (1.01; 1.05) 0.001**
  Unsatisfactory implementation b  
Insulin Resistance    
  Participation of the school community   
  Implemented a 1 0.013**
  Unsatisfactory implementation b 0.70 (0.53; 0.92)
  Healthy-eating promoting environment   
  Implemented a 1 0.024**
  Unsatisfactory implementation b 1.36 (1.04; 1.79)
  Partnership with the health sector   
  Implemented a 1 0.008**
  Unsatisfactory implementation b 2.12 (1.38; 3.24)
Hypercholesterolemia    
  Curriculum includes Healthy eating and health topics   
  Implemented a 1  
  Unsatisfactory implementation b 1.71 (1.22; 2.44) 0.003**
  Healthy-eating promoting environment   
  Implemented a 1  
  Unsatisfactory implementation b 1.29(1.10; 1.54) 0.007**
  Physical activity promoting environment   
  Implemented a 1  
  Unsatisfactory implementation b 1.54 (0.95; 2.5) 0.074
  1. * Prevalence Ratio (PR) adjusted for all variables included in the model. ** Indicates statistical significance (p < 0.05). N.B
  2. aImplemented (70–100% of developed initiatives)
  3. bUnsatisfactory implementation: (< 69.9% of developed initiatives)