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Table 2 Univariate Analysis of Risk Factors for First-Ever Ischaemic Stroke in entire population

From: Additive interaction between potentially modifiable risk factors and ethnicity among individuals in the Han, Tujia and Miao populations with first-ever ischaemic stroke

Risk factor Case(N = 324)
n (%)
Control(N = 394)
n (%)
Crude OR(95%CI)
Manual Worker 257 (79.3%) 342 (86.8%) 0.58 (0.39–0.87)
Education ≥9 years 98 (30.2%) 86 (21.8%) 1.55 (1.11–2.18)
Given birth to 3 or more children 160 (49.4%) 163 (41.4%) 1.38 (1.03–1.86)
Monthly family income≥¥5000 148 (45.7%) 71 (18.0%) 3.83 (2.73–5.36)
Current smoking 155 (47.8%) 155 (39.3%) 1.41 (1.05–1.90)
Eating fast food frequency ≥ once per week 41 (12.7%) 16(4.1%) 3.42 (1.88–6.22)
Eating hot pot frequency ≥ once per week 40 (12.3%) 24(6.1%) 2.17 (1.28–3.69)
MIPA 228 (70.4%) 318 (80.7%) 0.57 (0.40–0.80)
Hypertension 268 (82.7%) 226 (57.4%) 3.56 (2.51–5.05)
Diabetes mellitus 148 (45.7%) 63 (16.0%) 4.42 (3.12–6.25)
Hyperlipidemia 152 (46.9%) 135 (34.3%) 1.70 (1.25–2.29)
WHR (female:> 0.8, male:> 1.0) 150 (46.3%) 144 (36.5%) 1.50 (1.11–2.02)
HDL-C < 1.0 mmol/L 86 (26.5%) 55 (14.0%) 2.23 (1.53–3.25)
Apo B/Apo A1 > 0.9 133 (41.0%) 47 (11.9%) 5.14 (3.53–7.49)
Hs-CRP ≥ 5.0 mg/L 277 (85.5%) 40 (10.2%) 52.16 (33.26–81.80)
  1. Abbreviation: MIPA moderate-intensity physical activity, WHR waist-to-hip ratio, HDL-C high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, Apo B apolipoprotein B, Apo A1 apolipoprotein A1, Hs-CRP high-sensitivity C-reactive protein