Journal of Obesity / 2012 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Association of Serum Ceruloplasmin Level with Obesity: Some Components of Metabolic Syndrome and High-Sensitive C-Reactive Protein in Iran

Table 3

BMI in relation to serum ceruloplasmin level and other variables, in case and control group separately. Results for linear multiple regression analysis.

BMI < 25 BMI ≥ 25
β * (95% CI) valueβ (95% CI) value

Ceruloplasmin0/49 (−0/005–0/1)0/0720/012 (−0/15–0/13)0/86
FBS0/002 (−0/03–0/04)0/910/127 (−0/02–0/27)0/1
Total cholesterol0/01 (−0/03–0/01)0/330/005 (−0/05–0/06)0/88
Triglyceride0/004 (−0/004–0/01)0/130/002 (−0/02–0/02)0/88
LDL cholesterol0/009 (−0/01–0/03)0/540/031 (−0/12–0/06)0/51
hs-CRP−0/19 (−0/01–0/03)0/2250/54 (−1/72–0/64)0/36

β indicates regression coefficient that is adjusted for age, gender, smoking, hypertension, FBS, total cholesterol, LDL-cholesterol, HDL-cholesterol, triglyceride and hs-CRP.