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Table 3 Odds ratio for CAD risk score according to anthropometry, diet, MS, CRP and uric acid concentrations

From: Metabolic syndrome and dietary components are associated with coronary artery disease risk score in free-living adults: a cross-sectional study

  Model 1 Model 2
BMI (≥25 vs <25 kg/m2) 1.540 (0.900-2.635) -
Waist circumference¹ 1.492 (0.939-2.372) 1.480 (0.828-2.647)
Muscle Mass IndexMI2 0.333 (0.140-0.794)* 0.297 (0.110-0.799)*
% Body fat3 1.437 (0.861-2.398) 1.394 (0.667-2.917)
MS4 3.906 (2.450-6.250)* 4.276 (2.581-7.083)*
CRP (≥1.0 vs <1.0 mg/dL) 0.580 (0.220-1.531) 0.499 (0.180-1.380)
Uric acid5 3.856 (1,190-12,493)* 3.552 (1.081-11.668)*
Saturated fat acids (<10% vs ≥ 10% TCV) 0.301 (0.121-0.752)* 0.269 (0.098-0.378)*
Dietary fiber (≥ 20 vs < 20g/d) 0.309 (0.151-0.633)* 0.297 (0.132-0.668)*
  1. Model 1: crude
  2. Model 2: adjusted for BMI (for all variables) + TCV (for dietary variables)
  3. 95% CI; *p < 0.05; CAD: coronary artery disease; MS: metabolic syndrome; CRP: C-reactive protein; BMI: body mass index,; ¹: cutoff points ♂ (>102 vs ≤102 cm) and ♀ (>88 vs ≤88 cm); 2 : cutoff points ♂ (≥10.75 vs <10.75 kg/m 2 ) and ♀ (≥6.75 vs <6.75 kg/m 2 ); 3 : cutoff points ♂ (≥25 vs <25%) and ♀ (≥35 vs <35%); 4 : presence vs absence; 5 : cutoff points (♂ > 6,5 mg/dL and ♀ > 5 mg/dL)