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Table 5 Odds ratios for high WHtR in subjects with vs. subjects without a high TG/HDL-C ratio defined by conventional cut-off values and new cut-off values in men and women

From: Comparison of discrimination for cardio-metabolic risk by different cut-off values of the ratio of triglycerides to HDL cholesterol

 Conventional cut-off value
Men, 3.75; women 3.00
New cut-off value
Men, 2.967; women, 2.237
Men
 Crude4.06 (3.62–4.56)*4.17 (3.74–4.64)*
 Adjusted4.02 (3.58–4.52)*4.13 (3.71–4.61)*
Women
 Crude6.48 (4.77–8.81)*5.16 (4.14–6.43)*
 Adjusted6.45 (4.74–8.78)*5.17 (4.14–6.45)*
  1. Odds ratios with their 95% confidence intervals in parentheses are shown. Asterisks denote significant differences (p < 0.01) from the reference level (1.00). In multivariate analyses, age and histories of smoking, alcohol drinking and regular exercise were used as other explanatory variables