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Table 2 Metabolic Syndrome Prevalence and Prevalence Ratio among Provinces in Indonesia

From: Prevalence and distribution of metabolic syndrome and its components among provinces and ethnic groups in Indonesia

Province Code Province Number of Subjects MetS Prevalence, % (95% CI) MetS Prevalence Ratio, % (95% CI)
12 North Sumatra 488 20.70 (17.09–24.30) 0.953 (0.797–1.139)
13 West Sumatra 402 29.85 (25.36–34.34) 1.404 (1.202–1.641)a
14 Riau 22 9.09 (− 3.96–22.14) 0.419 (0.112–1.572)
16 South Sumatra 369 19.78 (15.70–23.87) 0.910 (0.738–1.122)
18 Lampung 340 20.59 (16.27–24.91) 0.949 (0.767–1.173)
19 Bangka Belitung 59 22.03 (11.14–32.93) 1.017 (0.628–1.647)
21 Kepulauan Riau 5 20.00 (−35.53–75.53) 0.923 (0.160–5.332)
31 Jakarta 568 37.50 (33.51–41.49) 1.826 (1.628–2.048)a
32 West Java 1141 19.54 (17.24–21.85) 0.889 (0.784–1.008)
33 Central Java 1174 15.16 (13.11–17.21) 0.668 (0.580–0.770)a
34 Yogyakarta 617 15.40 (12.54–18.25) 0.695 (0.575–0.840)a
35 East Java 1454 23.59 (21.41–25.77) 1.109 (1.001–1.229)a
36 Banten 236 15.68 (11.01–20.35) 0.718 (0.533–0.968)a
51 Bali 502 15.94 (12.72–19.15) 0.724 (0.590–0.889)a
52 West Nusa Tenggara 475 29.89 (25.76–34.03 1.412 (1.222–1.630)a
62 Central Kalimantan 2 0 0
63 South Kalimantan 298 23.83 (18.96–28.69) 1.104 (0.897–1.358)
64 East Kalimantan 4 50.00 (−41.87–141.87) 2.310 (0.866–6.159)
73 South Sulawesi 403 22.83 (18.71–26.94) 1.057 (0.879–1.270)
76 West Sulawesi 14 7.14 (−8.29–22.57) 0.329 (0.050–2.180)
  Indonesia 8573 21.66 (20.79–22.55)  
  1. Reference group: total population – targeted group
  2. aStatistically significant prevalence ratio
  3. The boldface in this table is emphasizing the total prevalence of MetS in Indonesia
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