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Table 6 Sensitivity 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
Exclude people with combined diseases
 MetS [modified ATP III] 0.7 (0.58to0.86) reference 0.58 (0.38to0.88) 0.53 (0.32to0.88)
 MetS[Modified Criteria(2012)] 1.14 (0.94to1.38) reference 1.00 (0.64to1.57) 1.07 (0.64to1.79)
 Mets (CDS) 0.48 (0.36to0.65) reference 0.33 (0.18to0.60) 0.37 (0.19to0.73)
Exclude people with inadequate mobility
 MetS [modified ATP III] 0.73 (0.62to0.86) reference 0.62 (0.45to0.87) 0.54 (0.36to0.81)
 MetS[Modified Criteria(2012)] 0.73 (0.62to1.27) reference 0.62 (0.45to1.23) 0.54 (0.36to1.57)
 Mets (CDS) 0.62 (0.51to0.76) reference 0.5 (0.34to0.73) 0.48 (0.30to0.76)
Exclude people under 80 years old
 MetS [modified ATP III] 0.86 (0.74to1.02) reference 0.78 (0.55to1.11) 0.76 (0.48to1.18)
 MetS[Modified Criteria(2012)] 1.06 (0.89to1.26) reference 0.90 (0.60to1.35) 1.00 (0.60to1.65)
 Mets (CDS) 0.68 (0.55to0.84) reference 0.62 (0.40to0.96) 0.54 (0.31to0.96)
  1. Notes: Multivariate model is adjust for age, sex,race,education,marrage, physically active,smoking,drinking,BMI