Table 3: Logistic regression analysis for the association of reduced plasma HDL-c concentration with the other blood markers.

Model 1Model 2Model 3Model 4

Urea (abnormal versus normal)1.097 (0.790–1.522)1.152 (0.821–1.615)1.166 (0.829–1.642)0.940 (0.510–1.736)
Creatinine (abnormal versus normal)1.692 (0.726–3.952)1.821 (0.776–4.273)1.736 (0.735–4.098)1.057 (0.238–4.672)
Uric Acid (abnormal versus normal)1.879 (1.302–2.717)1.945 (1.335–2.832)1.715 (1.164–2.525)2.036 (0.995–4.166)
Glucose (abnormal versus normal)0.933 (0.710–1.228)0.968 (0.730–1.282)0.879 (0.660–1.173)0.638 (0.401–1.017)
Triglycerides (abnormal versus normal)2.645 (1.996–3.496)3.030 (2.257–4.081)2.801 (2.070–3.787)2.816 (1.776–4.464)
Albumin (abnormal versus normal)0.729 (0.140–3.787)0.689 (0.131–3.597)0.710 (0.135–3.717)
C-Reactive Protein (abnormal versus normal)1.769 (1.070–2.932)1.706 (1.018–2.857)1.367 (0.794–2.358)1.689 (0.747–3.816)
Total Cholesterol (abnormal versus normal)0.643 (0.492–0.840)0.664 (0.506–0.872)0.656 (0.498–0.864)0.453 (0.278–0.736)
LDL-c (abnormal versus normal)1.035 (0.790–1.355)1.094 (0.832–1.438)1.091 (0.828–1.436)1.109 (0.708–1.739)

Model 1 = crude
Model 2 = adjusted for sex and age
Model 3 = adjusted for model 2 and Body Mass Index
Model 4 = adjusted for model 3 and systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, waist circumference, triglycerides, glucose.