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

Table 4

Psoriatic arthritis and diabetes among males ( ).

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

All74728 (11.2%)56 (11.2%)1.00 (0.61–1.62)1.000
Age
 20–442043 (4.4%)3 (2.2%)2.05 (0.40–10.5)0.403
 45–6438711 (8.5%)33 (12.8%)0.64 (0.31–1.31)0.213
 65+15614 (26.9%)20 (19.2%)1.55 (0.70–3.39)0.273
SES ( )
 Low 24811 (12.4%)17 (10.7%)1.18 (0.52–2.64)0.691
 Intermediate30113 (12.1%)23 (11.9%)1.03 (0.49–2.13)0.940
 High1904 (7.8%)16 (11.5%)0.65 (0.20–2.06)0.465
Hypertension
 No54610 (5.9%)24 (6.4%)0.92 (0.42–1.97)0.823
 Yes20118 (22.8%)32 (26.2%)0.83 (0.42–1.61)0.581
Dyslipidemia
 No4635 (3.7%)8 (2.4%)1.54 (0.49–4.79)0.454
 Yes28423 (20.2%)48 (28.2%)0.64 (0.36–1.14)0.124
Current smoker
 No56713 (7.3%)30 (7.7%)0.94 (0.47–1.84)0.844
 Yes18015 (21.4%)26 (23.6%)0.88 (0.42–1.82)0.731
Obesity
 No63620 (9.8%)41 (9.5%)1.03 (0.58–1.81)0.922
 Yes1118 (18.2%)15 (22.4%)0.77 (0.29–2.01)0.593

SES: socioeconomic status.

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