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Table 5 Adjusted ORs and 95% CIs for dyslipidemia according the cutoff value of BMI-SDS at 1.22 and BMI at 21.67 in boys

From: Glycolipid metabolic status of overweight/obese adolescents aged 9- to 15-year-old and the BMI-SDS/BMI cut-off value of predicting dyslipidemiain boys, Shanghai, China: a cross-sectional study

  BMI-SDS level BMI
  ≤1.22 >1.22 ≤21.67 >21.67
  (Reference)   (Reference)  
High TC 3 (1.69%) 21 (13.64%)a*** 2 (1.18%) 22 (12.79%)a§§§
Prevalencen (%)
Adjusted OR 1 8.27 (2.42–28.30)b** 1 12.78 (2.95–55.40)b§§
High TG 2 (1.13%) 20 (12.20%)a*** 1 (0.59%) 21 (12.21%)a§§§
Prevalence n (%)
Adjusted OR 1 11.97 (2.75–52.07)b** 1 23.82 (3.16–179.39)b§§
High LDL-C 2 (1.13%) 19 (11.59%)a*** 1 (0.59%) 20 (11.63%) a§§§
prevalence n (%)
adjusted OR 1 11.28 (2.59–49.24)b** 1 22.56 (2.99–170.23) b§§
Low HDL-C 1 (0.56%) 12 (7.32%)a** 1 (0.59%) 12 (6.78%)a§§
prevalence n (%)
Adjusted OR 1 14.70 (1.88–114.85)b* 1 12.20 (1.57–94.92)
Dyslipidemia 5 (2.82%) 38 (23.17%) a*** 4 (2.37%) 39 (22.67%) a§§§
Prevalence n (%)
Adjusted OR 1 10.27 (3.93–26.84)b*** 1 12.30 (4.28–35.34)b§§§
  1. OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence interval, BMI-SDS Body mass index standard deviation score, a, chi-square test; b, logistic regression analysis adjusted for age.
  2. Differences between groups with BMI-SDS higher and lower than 1.22: **p < 0.005, ***p < 0.001.
  3. Differences between groups with BMI higher and lower than 21.67: §p < 0.05, §§p < 0.005, §§§p < 0.001.