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Table. 5.

Table. 5.

Comparisons of hypertension odds ratio according to the normal, decreased eGFR, elevated ACR, and decreased eGFR plus elevated ACR in men and women

(N=8,922)

Gender Variables Hypertension

Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
Men (N=3,941) Normal 1 1 1 1
Decreased eGFR 4.74 (3.01∼7.48) 2.08 (1.30∼3.33) 1.88 (1.16∼3.05) 1.98 (1.21∼3.24)
Elevated ACR 3.72 (2.90∼4.77) 2.71 (2.09∼3.53) 2.34 (1.78∼3.07) 2.03 (1.54∼2.69)
Decreased eGFR plus elevated ACR 13.05 (6.37∼26.73) 6.71 (3.21∼14.06) 5.84 (2.75∼12.39) 6.03 (2.82∼12.92)
Women (N=4,981) Normal 1 1 1 1
Decreased eGFR 11.70 (6.79∼20.16) 2.50 (1.41∼4.43) 2.32 (1.30∼4.15) 2.29 (1.27∼4.13)
Elevated ACR 3.47 (2.78∼4.34) 2.71 (2.08∼3.54) 2.41 (1.83∼3.16) 2.22 (1.68∼2.94)
Decreased eGFR plus elevated ACR 21.35 (9.00∼50.66) 12.59 (4.69∼33.81) 12.56 (4.51∼34.99) 10.77 (3.89∼29.82)

Abbreviation: See Table 2.

Model 1 (OR, 95% CI), Non-adjusted; Model 2 (OR, 95% CI), adjusted for age; Model 3 (OR, 95% CI), Model 2 further adjusted for BMI and WC; Model 4 (OR, 95% CI), Model 3 further adjusted for TC, TGs, HDL-C, and FBG.

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