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Table 2 Odds ratio (ORs) and 95% confidence interval (CI) for prevalence of MS in moderate of high CVD risk subgroup by glucose tolerance status

From: Metabolic syndrome as an indicator of high cardiovascular risk in patients with diabetes: Analyses based on Korea National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (KNHANES) 2008

  Prevalence of MS (n,%) Adjusted ORs (95% CI)
Total subjects   
  Low CVD risk 411 (13.1) Referent
  Moderate CVD risk 154 (31.8) 3.009* (2.405-3.765)
  High risk 219 (34.5) 3.502* (2.856-4.295)
NGT subjects   
  Low CVD risk 172 (6.6) Referent
  Moderate CVD risk 61 (19.5) 3.549* (2.544-4.952)
  High risk 82 (19.9) 3.735* (2.750-5.072)
IFG subjects   
  Low CVD risk 207 (44.7) Referent
  Moderate CVD risk 69 (49.3) 1.179 (0.802-1.734)
  High risk 119 (61.7) 1.980* (1.390-2.821)
DM subjects   
  Low CVD risk 32 (66.7) Referent
  Moderate CVD risk 24 (75.0) 2.367 (0.754-7.437)
  High risk 74 (68.5) 1.159 (0.389-3.451)
  1. *p < 0.01. Adjusted for location, household income, and occupation.
  2. MS indicates metabolic syndrome, CVD cardiovascular disease.