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Table 5 The associations between maternal HDL-c concentrations and risk of SGA

From: Associations between maternal serum HDL-c concentrations during pregnancy and neonatal birth weight: a population-based cohort study

  6-12th week16th week24th week36th week
OR95% CIPOR95% CIPOR95% CIPOR95% CIP
HDL-cG1Reference  Reference  Reference  Reference  
G21.0000.653–1.5311.0000.9980.629–1.5820.9921.0980.711–1.6960.6741.9001.185–3.0440.008
G30.8390.544–1.2920.4250.6900.466–1.0220.0640.9770.641–1.4910.9161.8931.182–3.0330.008
G41.0500.698–1.5790.8150.8100.546–1.2030.2971.1950.788–1.8111.1951.9751.242–3.1390.004
Age 1.0190.973–1.0670.4231.0180.972–1.0670.4501.0190.973–1.0670.4211.0150.970–1.0540.515
GWG 0.9570.921–0.9930.0210.9590.924–0.9960.0320.9550.920–0.9920.0180.9550.920–0.9920.018
Pre-BMI18.5–23.9Reference  Reference  Reference  Reference  
< 18.51.5201.024–2.2550.0381.5601.050–2.3170.0281.5001.011–2.2250.0441.5421.039–2.2900.032
≥ 240.4230.250–0.7190.0010.4170.246–0.7070.0010.4220.249–0.7130.0010.4330.256–0.7330.002
Parity1Reference  Reference  Reference  Reference  
>  10.4680.316–0.6940.0000.4750.320–0.7050.0000.4610.311–0.6840.0000.4830.325–0.7170.000
  1. The model was adjusted for maternal age, GWG, pre-BMI and parity
  2. SGA small for gestational age, pre-BMI pre-pregnancy BMI, GWG gestational weight gain