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Psoriatic Arthritis and Diabetes: A Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study

Table 3

Psoriatic arthritis and diabetes among females ( ).

Subgroups Diabetes in psoriasis arthritis patients
( )
Diabetes in patients without psoriatic arthritis
( )
OR (95% CI) value

All90056 (18.7%)62 (10.3%)1.99 (1.34–2.95)<0.001
Age
 20–442223 (4.1%)0 (0%)∞ (1.62–∞)0.036
 45–6445332 (21.2%)34 (11.3%)2.12 (1.24–3.60)0.005
 65+22521 (28.0%)28 (18.7%)1.69 (0.88–3.25)0.110
SES ( )
 Low26421 (20.2%)15 (9.4%)2.45 (1.195.01)0.012
 Intermediate37223 (17.7%)30 (12.4%)1.51 (0.84–2.75)0.164
 High25011 (18.6%)16 (8.4%)2.51 (1.095.76)0.026
Hypertension
 No63120 (10.5%)22 (5.0%)2.24 (1.194.72)0.010
 Yes26936 (32.7%)40 (25.2%)1.45 (0.84–2.48)0.175
Dyslipidemia
 No48715 (9.8%)4 (1.2%)8.97 (2.9227.6)<0.001
 Yes41341 (27.9%)58 (21.8%)1.39 (0.87–2.21)0.165
Current smoker
 No76448 (19.6%)53 (10.2%)2.14 (1.403.28)<0.001
 Yes1368 (14.5%)9 (11.1%)1.36 (0.49–3.78)0.552
Obesity
 No70627 (12.6%)34 (6.9%)1.93 (1.133.29)0.014
 Yes19429 (34.1%)28 (25.7%)1.50 (0.80–2.79)0.201

SES: socioeconomic status.

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