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Table 3 Different risk-factors of subjects by sex for metabolic syndrome

From: Prevalences of metabolic syndrome and its sex-specific association with socioeconomic status in rural China: a cross-sectional study

Characteristics OR (95% CI) a Male (n = 10,998) Female (n = 15,838)
MS, (%) b Adjusted OR (95%CI) MS, (%) c Adjusted OR (95%CI)
Monthly household income
 ≥ 2000 RMB 1.00 15.3 1.00 17.1 1.00
 < 2000 RMB 2.48 (2.15, 2.87) 14.9 0.83 (0.73, 0.95) 31.6 1.20 (1.10, 1.32)
Education year
 ≥ 9 1.00 13.8 1.00 8.4 1.00
 < 9 3.48 (2.67, 4.53) 15.3 0.90 (0.75, 1.09) 26.1 1.56 (1.27, 1.93)
Occupation status
 Manual worker 1.00 11.5 1.00 15.6 1.00
 Mental worker 0.44 (0.33, 0.58) 17.1 1.70 (1.42, 2.04) 13.1 1.17 (0.94, 1.46)
 Unemployed 1.28 (1.05, 1.56) 17.9 1.70 (1.45, 2.00) 29.5 1.20 (1.05, 1.38)
 Others 0.69 (0.54, 0.88) 15.7 1.37 (1.16, 1.61) 16.4 1.08 (0.89, 1.31)
  1. Notes: Adjusted for age group, monthly household income, education year, occupation status, smoking, alcohol consumption, regular physical exercise. a: This column represents the OR (95%CI) for the interaction; b:255 data loss; c:277data loss