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Research Article

Examination of Dysglycaemia among Newly Diagnosed Tuberculosis Patients in Ghana: A Cross-Sectional Study

Table 5

Evaluating the effect of clinical and lifestyle factors on 2HPP.

2HPP2HPP
Unadjusted effect of clinical and lifestyle factors on 2HPP: model 11Effect of clinical and lifestyle factors on 2HPP controlling for Sociodemographic factors: model 12
OR95 CIp-valueaOR95 CIp-value

BMI0.820.68 - 0.970.0240.860.7 - 1.050.141
Waist circumference1.050.98 - 1.140.1681.020.94 - 1.120.627
Hip circumference1.000.92 - 1.090.9491.000.91 - 1.090.937
Systolic BP1.010.98 - 1.040.4971.000.97 - 1.030.819
Diastolic BP1.000.95 - 1.050.9971.010.96 - 1.060.783
Smoking
Noref
Yes0.520.1 - 2.680.4330.350.05 - 2.360.284
Alcohol intake
Noref
Yes0.900.29 - 2.830.8620.690.18 - 2.580.579

AUROC (95 CI)63.16% (53.88 - 72.43)73.39% (65.29 - 81.48)
AIC204.7216.85
HL GOF= 4.96p=0.762= 7.01p=0.536

OR: odds ratio, aOR: adjusted odds ratio, CI: confidence interval, Ref: reference category, p<0.05, p<0.01, p<0.001, AUROC: Area under receiver operating characteristic curve, AIC: Akaike Information Criterion, HL GOF: Hosmer Lemeshow Goodness of fit test.

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