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Table 3 Multiple logistic regression and subgroup analysis for the association of metabolic syndrome based on different diagnostic criterias with vitamin D status

From: Vitamin D deficiency and metabolic syndrome in elderly Chinese individuals: evidence from CLHLS

Variables 25(OH)D[OR (95%CI)]
Continuous < 20 ng/ml 20—30 ng/ml ≥30 ng/ml
MetS [modified ATP III (2009)]
 Model1 0.92 (0.84to1.00) reference 0.88 (0.73to1.07) 0.83 (0.66to1.04)
 Model2 0.79 (0.69to0.90) reference 0.70 (0.52to0.92) 0.63 (0.45to0.88)
MetS[Modified Criteria(2012)]
 Model1 1.08 (0.99to1.18) reference 1.13 (0.92to1.38) 1.07 (0.85to1.35)
 Model2 1.08 (0.94to1.24) reference 0.94 (0.68to1.30) 1.06 (0.73to1.55)
Mets (CDS)
 Model1 0.70 (0.63to0.78) reference 0.50 (0.36to0.79) 0.54 (0.41to0.70)
 Model2 0.63 (0.54to0.74) reference 0.71 (0.60to0.69) 0.46 (0.31to0.69)
Subgroup of normal WCa
 Model1 0.71 (0.60to0.85) reference 0.53 (0.37to0.77) 0.53 (0.35to0.81)
 Model2 0.55 (0.43to0.71) reference 0.49 (0.29to0.84) 0.28 (0.14to0.55)
Subgroup of elevated WCa
 Model1 0.93 (0.82to1.06) reference 0.94 (0.71to1.24) 0.90 (0.65to1.25)
 Model2 0.84 (0.69to1.01) reference 0.79 (0.53to1.18) 0.81 (0.50to1.32)
  1. Notes: 25(OH)D 25 hydroxy vitamin D, MetS[Modified ATP III (2009)], Metabolic syndrome based on modified ATP III (2009);MetS[Modified Criteria (2012)], Metabolic syndrome based on Modified Criteria (2012); WC waist circumference(cm)
  2. Model1,adjusted for age,sex
  3. Model2,adjusted for age, sex, race, education, marrage, physically active, smoking, drinking, BMI
  4. aMetabolic syndrome is diagnosied with modified ATP III (2009)