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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Adjusted mean in BMI for association between hsCRP and uric acid

Low hsCRPa (N=12,568) Moderate hsCRPa (N=3,407) High hsCRPa (N=1,420) P-value P for interaction
Adjusted model 1c High uric acidb (N=15,468) 24.6 (24.4∼24.8) 27.2 (26.8∼27.7) 28.3 (27.6∼29.0) <0.001 <0.001
Low uric acidb (N=1,927) 23.0 (23.0∼23.1) 25.0 (24.8∼25.1) 25.0 (24.6∼25.2)
Adjusted model 2d High uric acidb (N=15,468) 25.5 (25.3∼25.7) 26.7 (26.4∼27.0) 27.3 (26.7∼27.9) <0.001 0.009
Low uric acidb (N=1,927) 25.0 (24.8∼25.1) 25.8 (25.6∼26.0) 25.9 (25.6∼26.1)

aLow hsCRP was defined when 1.00 mg/L or less, moderate hsCRP was defined when 1.00∼3.00 mg/L was present, and high hsCRP was defined when 3.00 mg/L or more was present.

bFor premenopausal women, the low uric acid is 0.9∼5.7 mg/dL and the high uric acid is 5.8∼13.6 mg/dL. For men and postmenopausal women, the low uric acid is 0.9∼7.0 mg/dL and the high uric acid is 7.1∼13.6 mg/dL.

cCalculated by complex samples general linear model was applied, with adjusting for age, sex.

dCalculated by complex samples general linear model was applied, with adjusting for age, sex, education, household income, drinking status, smoking status, stress awareness, average sleep time, physical activity, elevated fasting glucose, hypertension, elevated triglyceride, reduced HDL cholesterol, abdominal obesity.

Abbreviations: See Table 1.

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