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Table 2 The association between metabolic syndrome components and coronary heart disease

From: Effect of metabolic syndrome on coronary heart disease in rural minorities of Xinjiang: a retrospective cohort study

ComponentsNCHD, n (%)HR a (95% CI)HR b (95% CI)HR c (95% CI)
Large waistline3583202 (66.45)2.23 (1.76–2.84)1.42 (1.10–1.83)1.28 (0.99–1.66)
High TG138273 (24.01)1.45 (1.11–1.89)1.26 (0.97–1.64)1.08 (0.82–1.41)
Low HDL-C3661152 (50.00)1.04 (0.83–1.31)1.07 (0.85–1.34)1.07 (0.85–1.35)
Elevated blood pressure3821242 (79.61)3.73 (2.82–4.93)1.92 (1.44–2.58)1.81 (1.35–2.44)
Elevated FBG85072 (23.68)2.78 (2.14–3.63)1.94 (1.49–2.54)1.82 (1.38–2.38)
Metabolic syndrome1963148 (48.68)2.99 (2.39–3.75)1.81 (1.44–2.28)
  1. FBG fasting blood glucose, HDL-C high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, TG triglycerides, CHD coronary heart disease, HR hazard ratios, CI confidence interval. Large waistline ≥ 90/80 cm; high TG ≥ 1.7 mmol/L; low HDL-C < 1.04/1.30 mmol/L; elevated blood pressure ≥ 130/85 mmHg; elevated FBG ≥ 5.6 mmol/L.
  2. a Without adjustment
  3. b Adjustment for alcohol consumption, smoking status, age, sex and family history of hypertension, family history of diabetes and family history of coronary heart disease
  4. c Adjustment for alcohol consumption, smoking status, age, sex and family history of hypertension, family history of diabetes and family history of coronary heart disease, and the other risk factors (i.e., large waistline, high TG, low HDL-C, elevated blood pressure and elevated FBG)