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Table 3 Risk factors of MetS in each diabetic group

From: Prevalence and clinical characteristics of hypertension and metabolic syndrome in newly diagnosed patients with ketosis-onset diabetes: a cross-sectional study

Group Variables OR 95% CI P-value
Type 1 diabetes Age 1.073 1.029–1.119 0.001
Sex (reference: men) 3.245 1.058–9.951 0.040
BMI 1.675 1.345–2.086 < 0.001
LDL-C 3.043 1.590–5.823 0.001
CRP 1.038 1.002–1.075 0.038
Ketosis-onset diabetes Sex (reference: men) 3.247 1.738–6.067 < 0.001
BMI 1.503 1.337–1.690 < 0.001
SUA 1.003 1.000–1.007 0.047
FCP 1.44 1.017–2.037 0.040
Non-ketotic type 2 diabetes Age 1.036 1.007–1.066 0.014
Sex (reference: men) 3.615 1.657–7.890 0.001
BMI 1.377 1.196–1.587 < 0.001
SUA 1.009 1.004–1.015 0.001
FCP 2.192 1.394–3.447 0.001
HbA1C 1.21 1.049–1.396 0.009
  1. Adjusted for age, sex, smoking, alcohol drinking, BMI, ALT, TC, LDL-C, CRP, HbA1C, FPG, 2 h PPG, FCP, 2 h PCP, Cr, SUA, UAE, and eGFR