International Journal of Hypertension / 2020 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Genetic Predisposition and Salt Sensitivity in a Chinese Han Population: The EpiSS Study

Table 4

Effect size of risk factors associated with salt sensitivity.

SSH vs non-SSHSSH vs SRHSSN vs SRN
OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)OR (95% CI)

Age (years)1.019 (0.981, 1.058)0.3380.985 (0.949, 1.023)0.4420.986 (0.953, 1.020)0.421
Sex (male)1.453 (0.681, 3.101)0.3341.654 (0.840, 3.260)0.1460.505 (0.245, 1.043)0.065
Smoking habits2.243 (1.031, 4.880)0.0421.795 (0.797, 4.041)0.1581.348 (0.595, 3.054)0.475
Dyslipidemia1.427 (0.808, 2.521)0.2211.057 (0.599, 1.867)0.8481.057 (0.599, 1.867)0.848
Diabetes1.055 (0.552, 2.016)0.8700.789 (0.401, 1.553)0.4930.852 (0.487, 1.489)0.574
BMI1.072 (0.987, 1.165)0.1000.988 (0.908, 1.074)0.7751.020 (0.935, 1.112)0.658
PRS, 1st tertileRefRefRef
PRS, 2nd tertile0.954 (0.486, 1.872)0.8911.369 (0.703, 2.666)0.3562.179 (1.154, 4.116)0.016
PRS, 3rd tertile1.277 (0.657, 2.482)0.4701.654 (1.221, 6.314)0.1462.281 (1.189, 4.376)0.013

SSH, salt sensitivity hypertension; SRH, salt resistance hypertension; SSN, salt sensitivity normotensives; SRN, salt resistance normotensives; BMI, Body Mass Index. Logistic regression was used. Independent variables were age, sex, smoking habits, diabetes, dyslipidemia, BMI, and PRS tertile. .

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