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Table 3 Multiplicative interactions among components of metabolic syndrome on the risk of coronary heart disease

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

Interaction itemsNCHD, n (%)HR b (95% CI)Multiplicative
SI b (95%CI)
Elevated FBG / Elevated blood pressure 316850 (1.58)1 (ref)0.79 (0.39–1.58)
Elevated FBG + / Elevated blood pressure 3264182 (5.58)1.95 (1.41–2.70)
Elevated FBG / Elevated blood pressure +29312 (4.1)2.29 (1.22–4.30)
Elevated FBG + / Elevated blood pressure +55760 (10.77)3.51 (2.37–5.19)
Elevated blood pressure / Other components 310049 (1.58)1 (ref)1.50 (0.76–2.77)
Elevated blood pressure +/ Other components 2464159 (6.45)2.65 (1.51–4.63)
Elevated blood pressure / Other components +29913 (4.35)1.00 (0.57–1.75)
Elevated blood pressure +/ Other components +111583 (7.44)3.97 (2.42–6.51)
Elevated FBG / Other components 4896144 (2.94)1 (ref)1.91 (0.67–3.43)
Elevated FBG +/ Other components 66864 (9.58)1.55 (0.74–3.25)
Elevated FBG / Other components +130488 (6.75)1.21 (0.90–1.65)
Elevated FBG +/ Other components +1108 (7.27)3.58 (2.49–5.15)
  1. FBG fasting blood glucose, CHD coronary heart disease, HR hazard ratio, CI confidence interval. Other components, one or more components are abnormal among the three components except blood sugar and blood pressure (large waistline, high TG, low HDL-C)
  2. N is the number of participants in the interaction items. 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