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Table 3 Effect of smoking and smoking cessationon abnormal serum lipid/lipoprotein in long-lived subjects

From: Cigarette smoking and its association with serum lipid/lipoprotein among Chinese nonagenarians/centenarians

Characteristics Smoking Smoking cessation
  With/without (273/388) OR 95% CI With/without (273/128) OR 95% CI
TC
NO. of Risk/Case 33/56    18/24   
Unadjusted   1.321 0.677–2.541   1.295 0.522–3.212
Adjusted   1.497 0.734–3.053   1.329 0.517–3.414
TG
NO. of Risk/Case 24/51    16/33   
Unadjusted   1.126 0.693–1.830   0.876 0.442–1.738
Adjusted   1.074 0.639–1.083   0.895 0.438–1.827
LDL
NO. of Risk/Case 10/25    6/19   
Unadjusted   1.310 0.503–3.459   1.804 0.519–6.267
Adjusted   0.957 0.343–2.670   1.564 0.430–5.685
HDL
NO. of Risk/Case 19/18    10/10   
Unadjusted   0.671 0.341–1.313   0.709 0.274–1.832
Adjusted   0.732 0.355–1.508   0.753 0.283–2.003
  1. (n = 661).
  2. OR, odds ratio. Unadjusted: Wald Chi-square test with df = 1 was used; Adjusted multiple logistic regression was used to adjust for age, gender, FBG. FBG, fasting blood glucose; HDL, high density lipoprotein; LDL, low density lipoprotein; TC: Total cholesterol; TG: Triglyceride.