Journal of Obesity / 2020 / Article / Tab 7

Research Article

Reproducibility of Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis in Pregnancy and the Association of Body Composition with the Risk of Gestational Diabetes: A Substudy of MUMS Cohort

Table 7

Logistic regression models of predictors of GDM.

Model 1Model 2Model 3
Adjusted OR (95% CI)p valueAdjusted OR (95% CI) valueAdjusted OR (95% CI) value

Maternal age (years)a0.960 (0.828–1.115)0.5950.970 (0.837–1.123)0.6840.993 (0.856–1.152)0.928
Family history of diabetes0.933 (0.271–3.206)0.9121.060 (0.306–3.668)0.9270.900 (0.259–3.130)0.869
Asian ethnicity7.451 (2.084–26.639)0.0027.436 (2.132–25.937)0.0028.105 (2.221–29.572)0.002
Parity ≥ 11.531 (0.431–5.444)0.5101.848 (0.501–6.817)0.3561.639 (0.458–5.866)1.639
T1 BFP (%)a1.117 (1.020–1.224)0.017
T2 BFP (%)a1.113 (1.010–1.226)0.031
Initial BMIa1.140 (1.019–1.275)0.022
Nagelkerke R20.2360.2370.227

aAdjusted OR for maternal age, T1 BFP, change in BFP, and initial BMI are for one unit increase. BFP: body fat percentage; BMI: body mass index; GDM: gestational diabetes mellitus; OR: odds ratio; and T1/2/3: trimester 1/2/3.

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