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Research Article

Sedentary Lifestyle and Nonspecific Low Back Pain in Medical Personnel in North-East Poland

Table 5

The influence of the particular components of the metabolic syndrome on prevalence of recurrent nonspecific lower back pain in patients declaring sedentary lifestyle.

Metabolic syndrome componentRecurring nsLBPChronic nsLBP
OR  
(95 CI)
pOR  
(95 CI)
p

Smoking9.305 (5.339 – 16.219)<0.0010.821 (0.262 – 2.576)0.735
Excessive coffee consumption ( ≥ 6 cups for day)16.688 (8.771 – 43.363)<0.0010.299 (0.038 – 2.343)0.250
Overweight or obesity2.182 (1.368 – 3.481)0,0014.020 (1.084 – 14.913)0.038
Hiperlipidemia3.277 (1.069 – 10.050)0.0384.800 (1.207 – 19.082)0.026
Diabetes type 23.505 (1.150 – 10.680)0.0274.517 (1.141 – 17.875)0.032
Arterial hypertension0.160 (0.034 – 0.756)0.02117.905 (4.432 – 72.340)<0.001

OR: odds ratio; 95 %CI: confidence interval for OR.
The risk of nsLBP was significantly increased; the risk of nsLBP was significantly decreased (the univariate logistic regression model).

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