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

Table 5

Psoriatic arthritis and diabetes—logistic regression models.

VariableOR (95% CI) value

Logistic regression model for females ( )

Psoriatic arthritis1.60 (1.02–2.52)0.040
Age (per year)1.02 (0.99–1.04)0.182
Obesity3.12 (1.984.90)<0.001
Hypertension2.59 (1.584.22)<0.001
Dyslipidemia4.57 (2.548.24)<0.001
Smoking0.51 (0.260.98)0.043
Low SES (versus high)1.71 (0.91–3.18)0.091
Intermediate SES (versus high)1.25 (0.71–2.17)0.432

Logistic regression model for males ( )

Psoriatic arthritis0.71 (0.41–1.22)0.213
Age (per year)1.02 (0.991.04)0.136
Obesity1.44 (0.78–2.65)0.243
Hypertension1.88 (1.043.39)0.035
Dyslipidemia6.89 (3.5413.4)<0.001
Smoking3.17 (1.955.15)<0.001
Low SES (versus high)1.40 (0.70–2.78)0.337
Intermediate SES (versus high)1.17 (0.62–2.22)0.621

SES: socioeconomic status.

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