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Table 4 Multivariate analysis of characteristics associated with high blood glucose, Brazil, 2018

From: Prevalence of people at risk of developing type 2 diabetes mellitus and the involvement of community pharmacies in a national screening campaign: a pioneer action in Brazil

Variables

PR (CI95%) crude

PR (CI95%) ajusted*

Body mass index

  < 25

 − 

 − 

 25–30

1.5 (1.4 − 1.6)

1.1 (1.1 − 1.2)

  > 30

1.9 (1.7 − 2.0)

1.3 (1.2 − 1.4)

Abdominal circumference (cm)

 ♂ < 94 or ♀ < 80

 − 

 ♂ 94–102 or ♀ 80–88

1.4 (1.3 − 1.6)

1.2 (1.1 − 1.3)

 ♂ > 102 or ♀ > 88

1.8 (1.7 − 2.0)

1.3 (1.2 − 1.5)

Educational level (years)

  ≥ 15

 − 

 8 − 10

1.5 (1.4 − 1.7)

1.3 (1.1 − 1.4)

 4 − 7

2.3 (2.1 − 2.6)

1.4 (1.3 − 1.5)

 1 − 3

2.5 (1.8 − 3.5)

1.5 (1.2 − 1.9)

 Illiterate

2.8 (2.4 − 3.3)

1.5 (1.3 − 1.7)

Consumption of vegetables and/or fruits

 Every day

 Do not eat every day

1.1 (1.0 − 1.1)

1.1 (1.1 − 1.2)

Diagnosis or use of medicines for hypertension

 No

 − 

 Yes

1.8 (1.7 − 1.9)

1.1 (1.1 − 1.2)

High blood glucose in the past

 No

  

 es

2.4 (2.2 − 2.5)

1.9 (1.8 − 2.0)

Family member with type 1 or 2 diabetes mellitus

 

 No

 − 

 − 

Y es (parents, siblings or children)

1.4 (1.3 − 1.5)

1.3 (1.2 − 1.4)

  1. ♂—Male; ♀—Female. *Final model adjusted for age and sex