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Table 3 The effect of clustering of metabolic syndrome components on the risk of IGT, determined by logistic regression

From: Metabolic syndrome and the early detection of impaired glucose tolerance among professionals living in Beijing, China: a cross sectional study

  Number of clustering Prevalence n (%) Number of IGT (%) OR (95% CI) The combination of metabolic components in the cluster with the most prevalent rate of IGT
Including hyperglycemia 0 189 (20.4) 13 (6.9) Ref  
  1 200 (21.6) 29 (14.5) 1.71 (0.85-3.46) hyperglycemia
  2 230 (24.8) 51 (22.2) 2.38 (1.22-4.67) hyperglycemia + high BP
  ≥3 309 (33.2) 129 (41.7) 5.92 (3.12-11.21) hyperglycemia + high BP + central obesity
Without hyperglycemia      
  1 178 (27.1) 24 (13.4) 1.53 (0.74-3.19) Central obesity
  2 169 (25.8) 35 (20.6) 2.21 (1.08-4.53) Central obesity + high BP
  ≥3 120 (18.3) 38 (31.7) 4.44 (2.14-9.20) Central obesity + high BP + high TG
  1. Logistic regression was age-and gender-adjusted. IGT; impaired glucose tolerance; BP: blood pressure; TG: triglyceride.