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Table 3 The correlation between MetS and its components with anthropometric indexes

From: Novel and traditional anthropometric indices for identifying metabolic syndrome in non-overweight/obese adults

  High BP Dysglycemia Low HDL-C High TG MetS
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Male
 WHtR 1.263# 1.087–1.467 1.561* 1.230–1.981 1.303# 1.12–1.516 1.727* 1.487–2.006 2.357* 1.788–3.106
 BRI 1.254# 1.082–1.453 1.522* 1.212–1.912 1.287# 1.11–1.493 1.696* 1.465–1.963 2.235* 1.728–2.890
 WWI 1.089^ 0.94–1.262 1.309# 1.046–1.639 1.226# 1.056–1.422 1.523* 1.319–1.759 1.738* 1.362–2.217
 AVI 1.205# 1.046–1.388 1.441* 1.162–1.788 1.331* 1.153–1.535 1.585* 1.38–1.82 2.45* 1.898–3.163
 ABSI 0.981^ 0.851–1.130 1.164^ 0.941–1.441 1.208# 1.047–1.393 1.343* 1.173–1.537 1.607* 1.276–2.205
Female
 WHtR 1.253# 1.076–1.460 1.46# 1.125–1.893 1.442* 1.149–1.811 1.634* 1.384–1.929 2.812* 2.003–3.948
 BRI 1.251# 1.079–1.451 1.432# 1.126–1.821 1.414# 1.139–1.756 1.578* 1.346–1.851 2.565* 1.881–3.498
 WWI 1.197# 1.030–1.391 1.426# 1.114–1.827 1.212^ 0.973–1.509 1.462* 1.249–1.713 2.171* 1.62–2.91
 AVI 1.213# 1.056–1.393 1.392# 1.115–1.737 1.49* 1.22–1.819 1.472* 1.269–1.707 2.768* 2.052–3.733
 ABSI 1.142^ 0.991–1.315 1.362# 1.077–1.723 1.156^ 0.938–1.425 1.313* 1.132–1.523 2.068* 1.567–2.728
  1. The bold indicates the highest value of odds ratio among the indices. The binary logistic regression analyses are adjusted for age, UA, and CRP
  2. WtHR waist-to-height ratio, BRI body roundness index, WWI weight adjusted waist index, AVI abdominal volume index, ABSI a body shape index, BP blood pressure, TG triglyceride, HDL-C HDL cholesterol, MetS metabolic syndrome, OR odds ratio, 95% CI 95% confidence interval
  3. *p < 0.001; #p < 0.05; ^p > 0.05