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Table 4 Independent association between NLR and DR

From: Association between neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio, platelet-to-lymphocyte ratio, and diabetic retinopathy among diabetic patients without a related family history

Exposure Model Model I Model II
NLR group OR (95%CI) P OR (95%CI) P OR (95%CI) P
ContinuousNLR 1.46 (1.19,1.78) 0.000** 1.46 (1.18,1.81) 0.000** 1.37 (1.06,1.78) 0.018*
0.46–1.49 1 1 1
1.50-1.95 1.89 (1.12,3.17) 0.016* 2.11 (1.19,3.73) 0.011* 1.23 (0.62, 2.44) 0.556
1.95–2.54 2.25 (1.33,3.79) 0.002** 2.51 (1.42,4.46) 0.002** 1.77 (0.88, 3.55) 0.110
2.54–11.05 3.44 (2.01,5.89) 0.000** 3.61 (1.99,6.55) 0.000** 2.80 (1.32, 5.95) 0.007**
P for trend 0.000** 0.000** 0.004**
  1. Model: crude model; Model I: adjusting for age, gender, diabetes duration; Model II: adjusting for age, gender, diabetes duration, hypertension, BMI, Scr, WBC, Hb, BUN, TG, FPG and HbA1c
  2. NLR neutrophil-to-lymphocyte ratio,OR odds ratios, CI confidence intervals, BMI body mass index, Scr serum creatinine, WBC white blood cell, Hb hemoglobin, BUN blood urea nitrogen, TG triglycerides, FPG fasting plasma glucose, HbA1c glycated hemoglobin A1c
  3. *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01