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Table 3 Odds ratio (95% CI) on multivariate analysis for anlalyzing association between lipid profiles and dry eye diseases in Korean population

From: Total cholesterol and lipoprotein composition are associated with dry eye disease in Korean women

  Hypercholesterolemia Hypertriglycemia Low HDL High LDL
Male     
MODEL1 0.677(0.308,1.488) 0.94(0.477,1.853) 1.006(0.635,1.593) 0.704(0.328,1.511)
MODEL2 0.676(0.307,1.491) 0.943(0.467,1.905) 1.024(0.652,1.608) 0.7(0.325,1.505)
MODEL3§ 0.588(0.233,1.48) 1.008(0.482,2.106) 1.258(0.771,2.05) 0.614(0.259,1.457)
Female     
MODEL1 1.846(1.244,2.739) 1.126(0.717,1.766) 0.793(0.543,1.159) 1.731(1.102,2.719)
MODEL2 1.795(1.21,2.661) 1.173(0.742,1.854) 0.812(0.555,1.187) 1.687(1.07,2.66)
MODEL3§ 1.77(1.127,2.78) 1.241(0.719,2.141) 0.697(0.414,1.174) 1.521(0.893,2.59)
  1. The cut-off value of dyslipidemia was as any of the following : hypercholesterolemia (TC ≥ 200 mg/dL); hypertriglycemia (TG ≥150 mg/dL); low HDL, <40 mg/dL; or high LDL ≥ 100 mg/dL.
  2. † Model1 = Adjusted for demographic factors (age, and body mass index)
  3. ‡ Model2 = Model1 + adjusted for lifestyle factors (smoking, drinking, exercise, and residential district)
  4. § Model3 = Model 2 + adjusted for medical factors (diabetes, hypertension, previous ocular surgery, menopause, and rheumatologic diseases).