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Table 2 Odds ratio of hyperuricemia among fasting plasma triglyceride (mmol/L) in men and womena

From: Age-related and gender-stratified differences in the association between high triglyceride and risk of hyperuricemia

  Men, fasting plasma triglyceride (mmol/L) Women, fasting plasma triglyceride (mmol/L)
<  1.21 1.21 ~ 1.7 ~ 2.83 ~ >  5.6 P for trendb <  1.21 1.21 ~ 1.7 ~ 2.83 ~ >  5.6 P for trendb
No. of participants 4293 3040 3335 1546 343   6023 2661 2353 747 97  
Hyperuricemiac
 Cases 225 249 387 300 91   146 154 241 133 14  
 Rate (%) 5.2 8.2 11.6 19.4 26.5   2.4 5.8 10.2 17.8 14.4  
 Model 1, OR (95% CI) 1.00 1.61 (1.34–1.94) 2.37 (2.00–2.82) 4.35 (3.62–5.23) 6.53 (4.96–8.59) 0.000 1.00 2.47 (1.96–3.12) 4.59 (3.72–5.68) 8.72 (6.80–11.19) 6.79 (3.77–12.24) 0.000
 Model 2, OR (95% CI) 1.00 1.62 (1.35–1.96) 2.37 (2.00–2.81) 4.26 (3.54–5.12) 6.26 (4.76–8.25) 0.000 1.00 2.35 (1.86–2.97) 4.28 (3.44–5.33) 8.16 (6.33–10.53) 6.43 (3.56–11.61) 0.000
 Model 3, OR (95% CI) 1.00 1.46 (1.21–1.77) 1.99 (1.65–2.39) 3.10 (2.51–3.82) 4.27 (3.13–5.83) 0.000 1.00 1.95 (1.53–2.50) 3.20 (2.51–4.08) 5.42 (4.03–7.28) 4.01 (2.13–7.55) 0.000
  1. aLogistic regression. Model 1, univariate; Model 2, adjusted with age; Model 3, adjusted with age, alanine aminotransferase (U/L), γ-glutamyl transpeptidase (U/L), serum creatinine (mmol/L), blood urea nitrogen (μmol/L), total cholesterol (mmol/L), plasma glucose (mmol/l), and high density lipoprotein cholesterol (mmol/L). OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence interval
  2. bContrasts of marginal linear predictions after logistic regression with Stata13
  3. cHyperuricemia:(men > 440 μmol/L or women > 360 μmol/L