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Table 3 Association between potential renal acid load and the risk of hypertension

From: Association between dietary acid load and the risk of hypertension among adults from South China: result from nutrition and health survey (2015–2017)

QuartilesnCrude modelAdjusted model 1aAdjusted model 2b
OR95%CIPOR95%CIPOR95%CIP
Q1808Ref.Ref.Ref.
Q28091.190.94–1.510.1571.180.92–1.500.1931.120.87–1.430.388
Q38071.160.91–1.470.2371.200.94–1.540.1421.120.87–1.450.367
Q48091.240.98–1.570.0841.220.95–1.560.1141.100.85–1.410.484
  1. Footprint: a = Generalized linear mixed effects model adjusted for sex and age; b = Generalized linear mixed effects model adjusted for sex, age, smoking, drinking, body mass index, sedentary leisure time, physical activity time, sodium intake, education and marital status