Journal of Environmental and Public Health / 2012 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Association between Depressive Symptoms and Metabolic Syndrome in Police Officers: Results from Two Cross-Sectional Studies

Table 4

Unadjusted and adjusted odds ratios* for MetSyn components by CES-D score for Spokane men.

MetSyn componentUnadjusted ( 𝑁 = 1 2 1 )Age-adjusted ( 𝑁 = 1 2 1 )Multivariate adjusted** ( 𝑁 = 1 2 0 )
Odds ratio95% CIOdds ratio95% CIOdds ratio95% CI

Abdominal Obesity1.4221.010–2.0031.3960.985–1.9771.3380.932–1.917
Elevated Triglycerides1.3640.970–1.9171.4491.020–2.0641.4761.025–2.119
Reduced HDL-C0.9750.699–1.3571.0100.718–1.4161.0300.730–1.456
Glucose Intolerance1.5531.088–2.2021.4561.005–2.1191.5671.056–2.327
Hypertension1.3960.985–1.9681.3700.965–1.9421.5181.035–2.221

*Odds ratios for having each metabolic syndrome component are based on a 5-unit change in CES-D score.
**Adjusted for age, smoking status, and marital status.

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