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Carotid Atherosclerosis as a Surrogate Maker of Cardiovascular Disease in Diabetic Patients

Table 3

Determinants of CVD versus non-CVD from simple and multiple logistic regression models.

Characteristics Unadjusted
odds ratio (95% CI)
Adjusted
odds ratio (95% CI)

Model 1
 Obesity
  Odds ratio (95% CI)1.34 (0.75–2.40)1.58 (0.77–3.22)
 Raised blood pressure
  Odds ratio (95% CI)1.40 (0.67–2.89)1.32 (0.57–3.08)
 Hypertriglyceridemia
  Odds ratio (95% CI)0.69 (0.35–1.37)0.52 (0.22–1.24)
 Low HDL cholesterolemia
  Odds ratio (95% CI)2.36 (1.364.08)3.24 (1.666.30)
 Carotid IMT ≥ 0.95 mm
  Odds ratio (95% CI)3.61 (2.026.46)2.30 (1.204.43)
Model 2
 Metabolic syndrome
  Odds ratio (95% CI)1.86 (1.073.24)2.45 (1.304.62)
 Carotid IMT ≥ 0.95 mm
  Odds ratio (95% CI)3.61 (2.026.46)2.41 (1.274.60)

Adjusted for gender, age, smoking status, non-HDL cholesterol, and eGFR. Data for smoking status was skewed and log transformed for analysis.

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