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Table 4 Adjusted OR for high osteoporosis risk associated with a SD increase of the adiposity indices

From: Adiposity reduces the risk of osteoporosis in Chinese rural population: the Henan rural cohort study

 TotalMaleFemale< 55 years old≥55 years old
WC0.820 (0.748, 0.898)0.820 (0.695, 0.968)0.768 (0.686, 0.860)0.849 (0.723, 0.996)0.870 (0.781, 0.970)
WHR0.872 (0.811, 0.938)0.912 (0.795, 1.046)0.817 (0.748, 0.892)0.952(0.842, 1.076)0.861 (0.789, 0.939)
WHtR0.825 (0.765, 0.891)0.793 (0.686, 0.917)0.796 (0.726, 0.872)0.821 (0.716, 0.942)0.868 (0.794, 0.948)
BMI0.798 (0.726, 0.878)0.675 (0.563, 0.810)0.820 (0.731, 0.919)0.800 (0.678, 0.943)0.854 (0.762, 0.956)
BFP0.882 (0.800, 0.972)0.808 (0.696, 0.938)0.889 (0.780, 1.014)0.926 (0.789, 1.088)0.938 (0.835, 1.053)
VFI0.807 (0.732, 0.889)0.739 (0.632, 0.864)0.829 (0.731, 0.940)0.825 (0.692, 0.983)0.898 (0.804, 1.004)
  1. Data are OR (95% Confidence Interval) for developing high osteoporosis risk in per SD increment of the six adiposity indices. OR was scaled to the SD for each adiposity index (10.37 cm for WC, 0.080 for WHR, 0.064 for WHtR, 3.44 kg/m2 for BMI, 6.27% for BFP, and 4.46 for VFI)
  2. Data are adjusted for age, gender, FFM, education level, marital status, income level, smoking, alcohol intake, physical activity and dietary (meat and poultry, fresh fish, beans, vegetables and fruits)
  3. Abbreviation: OR Odds ratio, WC Waist circumference, WHR Waist to hip ratio, WHtR Waist to height ratio, BMI Body mass index, BFP Body fat percentage, VFI Visceral fat index, FFM Fat-free mass