Advances in Preventive Medicine / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Diabetes and Diabetes Care among Nonobese Japanese-Americans: Findings from a Population-Based Study

Table 4

Logistic regression of diabetes management variables for non-Hispanic White vs. Japanese-American adults with BMI < 30.

Crude (Unadjusted)
OR (95% CI)
Model 1
OR (95% CI)

(a) Optimal Eye Care (n = 7,739)

White (Ref: Japanese)0.34
(0.17, 0.68)
0.35
(0.17, 0.74)

(b) Optimal Foot Care (n = 7,739)

White (Ref: Japanese)1.21
(0.50, 2.91)
1.21
(0.50, 2.94)

(c) Optimal Testing for A1C Levels (n = 7,739)0.80
(0.35, 1.82)
0.77
(0.34, 1.79)

White (Ref: Japanese)

(d) Confidence to Control and Manage Diabetes (n = 6,063)0.78
(0.13, 4.74)
1.04
(0.17, 6.38)

White (Ref: Japanese)

p<0.05, p<0.01, and p<0.001.
Crude includes ethnicity only in the analysis.
Model 1 includes ethnicity, insulin dependence, age, sex, education, poverty, and overweight( (BMI 25 to 29.99) vs BMI<25).

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