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Table 7 Multivariate analysis of the ORs and 95 % CIs between visceral fat area and components of metabolic syndrome

From: Higher visceral fat area increases the risk of vitamin D insufficiency and deficiency in Chinese adults

  Quartiles of visceral fat area
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Men     
 Hyperglycemia 1.0 6.735(1.642–27.768) 3.996(0.940–16.979) 4.474(1.066–18.780)
 Hypertriglyceridemia 1.0 1.815(0.713–4.621) 3.229(1.268–8.222) 3.418(1.358–8.602)
 Low HDL-C 1.0 1.935(0.715–5.237) 2.383(0.871–6.519) 1.935(0.703–5.327)
 High blood pressure 1.0 4.205(0.808–21.833) 3.707(0.715–19.203) 4.796(0.916–25.104)
Pre-menopausal women     
 Hyperglycemia 1.0 3.179(0.634–15.944) 3.920(0.824–18.659) 10.578(2.337–47.874)
 Hypertriglyceridemia 1.0 4.441(0.927–21.277) 9.962(2.280–43.535) 17.657(4.132–75.460)
 Low HDL-C 1.0 1.481(0.852–2.576) 2.103(1.219–3.628) 3.846(2.146–6.892)
 High blood pressure 1.0 1.539(0.131–18.020) 1.415(0.116–17.228) 5.241(0.556–49.437)
Post-menopausal women     
 Hyperglycemia 1.0 3.396(1.104–10.447) 4.205(1.408–12.560) 3.867(1.304–11.466)
 Hypertriglyceridemia 1.0 2.456(0.626–9.636) 4.602(1.265–16.735) 8.402(2.402–29.391)
 Low HDL-C 1.0 2.293(0.860–6.110) 1.944(0.749–5.047) 1.751(0.680–4.509)
 High blood pressure 1.0 1.502(0.326–6.919) 1.489(0.354–6.257) 1.607(0.408–6.330)
  1. Odds ratios and 95 % CIs adjusted for age, smoking status, drinking status, exercise status, sunshine time. Men (Q1: <89.95 cm2, Q2: 89.95–115.72 cm2, Q3: 115.72–140.46 cm2, Q4: ≥140.46 cm2); Pre-menopausal women (Q1: <53.15 cm2, Q2: 53.15–66.18 cm2, Q3: 66.18–84.47 cm2, Q4: ≥ 84.47 cm2); Post-menopausal women (Q1: <71.55 cm2, Q2: 71.55–91.97 cm2, Q3: 91.97–115.73 cm2, Q4: ≥115.73 cm2)