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Table 2 Association between clinical variables and subclinical CAD

From: Triglyceride glucose index is a useful marker for predicting subclinical coronary artery disease in the absence of traditional risk factors

VariablesUnivariate
OR (95% CI)P
Age, 1 years increase1.116 (1.092–1.141)< 0.001
Male5.233 (3.810–7.188)< 0.001
Systolic BP, per 1 mmHg increase1.051 (1.037–1.065)< 0.001
Diastolic BP, per 1 mmHg increase1.060 (1.043–1.078)< 0.001
BMI, 1 kg/m2 increase1.221 (1.121–1.331)< 0.001
Family history of CAD1.268 (0.884–1.819)0.198
TyG index tertile
 I (lowest)1
 II1.384 (0.962–1.990)0.080
 III (highest)2.200 (1.555–3.113)< 0.001
LCL-C, per 1 mg/dL increase1.010 (1.003–1.016)0.004
HDL-C, per 1 mg/dL increase0.978 (0.967–0.988)< 0.001
HbA1C, per 1% increase1.379 (0.942–2.018)0.098
Uric acid, per 1 mg/dL increase1.567 (1.397–1.758)< 0.001
  1. P-value of < 0.05 was considered significant
  2. BMI Body mass index, BP Blood pressure, CAD Coronary artery disease, CI Confidence interval, HbA1C Haemoglobin A1C, HDL-C High-density lipoprotein cholesterol, LDL-C Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, OR Odds ratio