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Table 4 Multivariate adjusted differences in 24-h urinary excretion between dyslipidemia and normal adults

From: Impact of dyslipidemia on 24-h urine composition in adults without urolithiasis

  Hypertriglyceridemia (1.7 mmol/L) p Value Hypercholesterolemia (5.17 mmol/L) p Value
Difference 95%CI Difference 95%CI
Volume (ml) 188.361 (49.294, 327.429) 0.008 −77.317 (− 213.049, 58.416) 0.264
pH 0.013 (−0.132, 0.158) 0.861 −0.091 (− 0.232, 0.051) 0.208
Calcium (mmol) 0.337 (−0.146, 0.821) 0.171 0.531 (0.061, 1.001) 0.027
Oxalate (mmol) 0.032 (0.000, 0.065) 0.05 0.014 (−0.017, 0.045) 0.379
Citrate (mmol) −0.103 (− 0.402, 0.196) 0.498 0.071 (−0.216, 0.358) 0.627
Uric acid (mmol) 0.048 (−0.195, 0.291) 0.697 0.176 (−0.058, 0.411) 0.14
Sodium (mmol) −11.21 (−44.326, 21.906) 0.506 41.561 (9.179, 73.942) 0.012
Potassium (mmol) 4.298 (0.182, 8.414) 0.041 −2.398 (−6.416, 1.620) 0.242
Magnesium (mmol) 0.103 (−0.254,0.461) 0.571 0.004 (−0.342, 0.349) 0.984
Phosphate (mmol) 0.703 (−0.72, 2.125) 0.332 0.615 (−0.76, 1.991) 0.38
Creatinine (mmol) 0.293 (−0.293, 0.879) 0.326 0.475 (−0.087, 1.037) 0.097
Chloride (mmol) −9.534 (−43.371, 24.303) 0.58 45.209 (12.118, 78.299) 0.007
AP (CaOx) Indexs 0.146 (0.012, 0.279) 0.032 0.155 (0.025, 0.284) 0.019
AP (CaP) Indexs 2.418 (−1.666, 6.502) 0.245 4.2 (0.21, 8.189) 0.039
  LDL-C (3.12 mmol/L) p Value HDL-C (0.91 mmol/L) p Value
Difference 95%CI Difference 95%CI
Volume (ml) 38.165 (−82.456, 158.787) 0.445 127.322 (−49.633, 304.276) 0.158
pH 0.123 (−0.02, 0.265) 0.092 −0.082 (− 0.267, 0.103) 0.384
Calcium (mmol) −0.573 (−1.048, − 0.097) 0.018 0.161 (−0.455, 0.778) 0.607
Oxalate (mmol) −0.038 (−0.07, − 0.006) 0.019 −0.249 (− 0.046, 0.036) 0.804
Citrate (mmol) −0.093 (−0.387, 0.201) 0.534 0.455 (0.076, 0.835) 0.019
Uric acid (mmol) 0.017 (−0.221, 0.256) 0.886 0.065 (−0.245, 0.374) 0.681
Sodium (mmol) −53.285 (−-85.823, −20.748) 0.001 15.46 (−26.733, 57.653) 0.472
Potassium (mmol) −0.706 (−4.758, 3.347) 0.732 1.942 (−3.303, 7.186) 0.467
Magnesium (mmol) −0.033 (−0.68, 0.021) 0.066 0.697 (0.244, 1.149) 0.003
Phosphate (mmol) 0.329 (−1.083, 1.742) 0.647 −0.819 (−2.612, 0.973) 0.37
Creatinine (mmol) −0.057 (−0.632, 0.519) 0.847 −0.904 (−1.647, − 0.161) 0.017
Chloride (mmol) −55.809 (−89.035, −22.583) 0.001 23.066 (−20.023, 66.155) 0.294
AP (CaOx) Indexs −0.237 (−0.368, − 0.106) < 0.001 −0.053 (− 0.223, 0.117) 0.543
AP (CaP) Indexs −4.236 (−8.258, −0.214) 0.039 −0.363 (−5.569, 4.843) 0.891
  1. Confounding factors including age, sex, BMI, hypertension, diabetes mellitus and so on according to results of demographic data by serum TG, TC, HDL and LDL. Moreover, the members of lipid profiles were also considered as confounding factors. For example, if there were differences in terms of the levels of TC, LDL or HDL between high TG and normal group, the status of TC, LDL or HDL would be considered as a confounding factor when evaluating the independent impact of TG on 24-h urine composition