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Clinical Study

Influence of Helicobacter pylori Infection on Metabolic Syndrome in Old Chinese People

Table 2

The results of binary logistic regression analysis on metabolic syndrome.

VariableSEBeta valueOR95.0% CI
LowerUpper

Age<65 = 0, ≥65 = 10.6740.5030.4851.6020.4285.999
Male, Female = 0, male = 10.582−0.0660.8370.8870.2832.776
SBP (mmHg)<140 = 0, ≥140 = 10.6230.6020.2162.1610.6377.324
DBP (mmHg)<90 = 0, ≥90 = 10.9090.8310.2902.6190.44115.551
BMI (kg/m2)<25 = 0, ≥25 = 10.6834.1170.00174.46919.507284.29
H. pylori infection ()Absent = 0, present = 10.5751.5380.0035.4271.75716.76
Total cholesterol (mmol/L)<5.69 = 0, ≥5.69 = 10.9452.6200.00415.5442.44198.981
Triglycerides (mmol/L)<1.7 = 0, ≥1.7 = 10.7040.2430.7970.8340.213.316
Fasting glucose (mmol/L)<6.1 = 0, ≥6.1 = 10.9591.3920.0915.0530.77233.068
Creatinine (mol/L)<115 = 0, ≥115 = 10.7961.0760.2582.460.51711.703
BUN (mmol/L)<8.2 = 0, ≥8.2 = 10.910.2370.8730.8650.1455.151
Hypertension ()Absent = 0, present = 10.679−0.1110.9100.9260.2453.504
Diabetes mellitus ()Absent = 0, present = 11.2023.1820.00823.9572.271252.722

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