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Table 4 Associations between sex and metabolic syndrome components among subjects

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

MS components Crude OR (95%CI) P value Adjusted OR (95%CI) P value
Raised triglycerides a 0.61 (0.58, 0.65) < 0.001 0.45 (0.41, 0.49) < 0.001
High blood pressure b 0.67 (0.64, 0.70) < 0.001 0.57 (0.52, 0.62) < 0.001
High FPG c 0.79 (0.75, 0.83) < 0.001 0.72 (0.66, 0.78) < 0.001
Low HDL-C d 3.74 (3.46, 4.04) < 0.001 4.57 (4.01, 5.22) < 0.001
Central obesity e 2.48 (2.35, 2.62) < 0.001 2.87 (2.63, 3.13) < 0.001
  1. Notes: Male were taken as the reference group. Fixed covariates: age, education level, monthly household income, occupation status, regular physical exercise, smoking, alcohol drinking; a: Adjusted for fixed covariates + BMI, HBP, HDL-C, FPG, Central obesity; b: Adjusted for fixed covariates + BMI, TG, HDL-C, FPG, Central obesity; c: Adjusted for fixed covariates + BMI, HBP, TG, HDL-C, Central obesity; d: Adjusted for fixed covariates + BMI, HBP, TG, FPG, Central obesity; e: Adjusted for fixed covariates+ HBP, TG, HDL-C, FPG