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Table 4 Relationships between the crude lipid parameters and carotid plaques

From: Relationship between the non-HDLc-to-HDLc ratio and carotid plaques in a high stroke risk population: a cross-sectional study in China

Variables Unadjusted OR (95%CI) P Minimally adjusted OR (95%CI) P Fully adjusted OR (95%CI) P
non-HDLc (mmol/L) 1.36 (1.16, 1.59) < 0.001 1.52 (1.27, 1.80) < 0.001 1.73 (1.42, 2.11) < 0.001 a
HDLc (mmol/L) 0.93 (0.62, 1.40) 0.730 0.90 (0.57, 1.40) 0.634 0.90 (0.55, 1.47) 0.675 a
TC (mmol/L) 1.33 (1.14, 1.54) < 0.001 1.45 (1.23, 1.71) < 0.001 1.57 (1.31, 1.89) < 0.001 a
LDLc (mmol/L) 1.45 (1.20, 1.75) < 0.001 1.59 (1.29, 1.95) < 0.001 1.71 (1.37, 2.13) < 0.001 a
TG (mmol/L) 0.95 (0.86, 1.05) 0.339 0.99 (0.90, 1.10) 0.863 0.97 (0.87, 1.09) 0.662 b
  1. Minimally adjusted OR controlled for sex, age, region, education, employment status, BMI, exercise and smoking status, and family history of stroke
  2. Fully adjusted OR controlled for sex, age, region, education, employment status, BMI, SBP, DBP, FBG, HCY, exercise and smoking status, family history of stroke, history of stroke and TIA, hypertension, type 2 diabetes, heart diseases and current antilipidaemic medication plus TG a or LDLc b
  3. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, Ref reference