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Table 3 Prevalence of high CAVI and risk factors related using a Univariate Analysis

From: Associations between high triglycerides and arterial stiffness in a population-based sample: Kardiovize Brno 2030 study

  High CAVI (%) OR 95% CI P
All subjects 10.0    
Age 25–44/Age 45–64 1.1 /17.1 19.2 9.78–37.79 <  0.001
Male/Female 14.5 /6.4 2.4 1.80–3.34 <  0.001
MetS 20.9 3.6 2.70–4.96 <  0.001
Without MetS 6.7 1.0   
High TG 18.2 2.5 1.86–3.51 <  0.001
Normal TG 8.0 1.0   
Abdominal Obesity 12.9 2.2 1.58–3.06 <  0.001
Without Abdominal obesity 6.3 1.0   
Dysglycemia 23.1 3.5 2.58–4.98 <  0.001
Without Dysglycemia 7.7 1.0   
Low HDL-c 10.2 1.0 0.66–1.58 0.911
Normal HDL-c 10.0 1.0   
High BP 19.1 7.0 4.81–10.19 < 0.001
Normal BP 3.3 1.0   
Smoker 12.0 1.3 0.94–1.80 0.133
Non-Smoker 9.5 1.0   
High TC 12.8 1.7 1.32–2.43 < 0.001
Normal TC 7.5 1.0   
High LDL-c 13.5 3.5 2.37–5.24 < 0.001
Normal LDL-c 4.2 1.0   
  1. Abbreviations: OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, MetS metabolic syndrome, TG triglycerides, HDL-c HDL cholesterol, BP blood pressure, TC total cholesterol. Proportions were presented as percentages and differences were determined by the χ2 test. Univariate analysis was used to assess risk factors related with CAVI as a binary outcome (High ≥9 or normal < 9) and was presented as OR and 95% CI. Risk factors are presented as dichotomic variables