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Table 3 The results of subgroup analysis of dyslipidemia to work pattern stratified by occupational categories, eating habit, and sleep duration

From: Association between night work and dyslipidemia in South Korean men and women: a cross-sectional study

Variables Dyslipidemia
Day Night Other shifts
ORa ORa 95% CI ORa 95% CI
Male
 Occupational categoriesb
  White 1.00 1.75 (0.95 3.24) 1.56 (0.60 4.04)
  Pink 1.00 1.14 (0.50 2.61) 0.86 (0.39 1.89)
  Blue 1.00 1.70 (0.99 2.94) 0.72 (0.44 1.18)
 Eating habit(daily)
  Regularly eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner 1.00 1.56 (0.85 2.86) 0.72 (0.44 1.16)
  Skip meal(s) 1.00 1.63 (1.00 2.67)* 1.16 (0.64 2.10)
 Sleep duration(hours)
  0~6 1.00 1.75 (1.04 2.93)* 0.91 (0.54 1.54)
   ≥ 7 ≥ 7 1.00 1.34 (0.78 2.31) 0.79 (0.46 1.36)
Female
 Occupational categoriesb
  White 1.00 2.95 (1.68 5.16)* 0.23 (0.03 1.76)
  Pink 1.00 0.85 (0.49 1.45) 1.65 (0.67 4.09)
  Blue 1.00 0.48 (0.20 1.14) 1.06 (0.37 2.99)
 Eating habit(daily)
  Regularly eat breakfast, lunch, and dinner 1.00 1.76 (0.99 3.01) 0.68 (0.21 2.18)
  Skip meal(s) 1.00 0.80 (0.49 1.30) 1.01 (0.46 2.22)
 Sleep duration(hours)
  0~6 1.00 1.28 (0.77 2.12) 1.00 (0.50 2.04)
   ≥ 7 1.00 1.03 (0.60 1.75) 0.88 (0.28 2.74)
  1. aOR adjusted for all sociodemographic, economic, health-related, and nutritional factors considered in the study
  2. bThree groups based on International Standard Classification Occupations codes
  3. *P < 0.05