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Table 2 The results of the conditional logistic of sleep duration relationship with the metabolic syndrome and its components

From: Association of sleep duration with metabolic syndrome and its components in children and adolescents; a propensity score-matched analysis: the CASPIAN-V study

  Dependent variable Number of matching Standard error of mean % Adjusted OR (95% CI)a P-value
Sleep duration (short/normal) Metabolic Syndrome 151 3.9 2.05 (1.19–3.63) 0.006
  Low HDL-C 906 2.3 0.83 (0.68–1.02) 0.07
  High BP 298 4 1.46 (1.04–2.06) 0.02
  Abdominal obesity 624 2.1 1.16 (0.91–1.49) 0.22
  High FBG 129 7.7 1.12 (0.63–2.00) 0.68
  High TG 849 2 1.10 (0.90–1.36) 0.33
The onset of sleep (hour) Metabolic Syndrome 153 7.2 1.29 (0.81–2.09) 0.26
  Low HDL-C 919 2 0.88 (0.73–1.07) 0.19
  High BP 297 4.5 0.97 (0.69–1.37) 0.87
  Abdominal obesity 625 3.2 1.10 (0.88–1.40) 0.4
  High FBG 131 6.5 1.40 (0.81–2.44) 0.19
  High TG 860 2.5 1.06 (0.87–1.30) 0.55
  1. HDL-C high-density lipoprotein cholesterol (mg/dL), TG triglyceride (mg/dL), FBG fasting blood glucose (mg/dL), BP blood pressure (mmHg)
  2. Criterion for diagnosing Components of the metabolic syndrome was obtained based on Adult Treatment Panel III: TG ≥ 110 mg/dL, HDL-C ≤ 40 mg/dL, WHR greater than 0.5, FBG ≥ 100 mg/dL, and SBP or DBP ≥ 90th percentile for age, sex and height
  3. aAdjusted for age, sex, living area, SES, PA, ST, healthy and unhealthy eating behaviors, family history of chronic diseases and parental BMI