Table 4

Odds ratio to present the UA at the higher quartile (UA ♂ > 6.5 mg/dL and ♀ UA > 5 mg/dL) according to biochemical data
Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4
Creatinine (abnormal vs normal ) 3.25 (1.09-9.69)* 1.99 (0.47-8.37) 0.83 (0.12-5.69) 0.83 (0.12-5.67)
Urea (abnormal vs normal) 1.25 (0.84-1.86) 1.35 (0.75-2.41) 2.72 (1.27-5.83)* 2.53 (1.19-5.41)*
Albumin (Q4 vs Q1) 1.4 (0.9-2.21) 0.74 (0.38-1.42) 1.05 (0.41-2.72) 1.11 (0.43-2.87)
HDL-c (abnormal vs normal) 1.57 (1.12-2.17)* 1.21 (0.77-1.90) 0.98 (0.53-1.81) 1.17 (0.66-2.08)
Gamma-gt (Q4 vs Q1) 4.58 (2.22-9.44)* 3.41 (1.08-10.7)* 3.53 (0.91-13.61) 3.33 (0.87-12.73)
Glucose (abnormal vs normal) 1.05 (0.76-1.44) 1.01 (0.64-1.57) 1.03 (0.56-1.87) 1.27 (0.74-2.18)
LDL-c (abnormal vs normal) 1.4 (1.04-1.88)* 1.52 (1.02-2.28)* 1.16 (0.71-1.90) 1.15 (0.70-1.89)
C-Reactive Protein (Q4 vs Q1) 2.37 (1.43-3.91)* 1.81 (0.91-3.58) 2.87 (1.10-7.45)* 2.77 (1.07-7.21)*
Triglycerides (abnormal vs normal) 1.83 (1.34-2.50)* 2.44 (1.59-3.83)* 2.29 (1.21-4.30)* 2.76 (1.55-4.90)*

Model 1 – adjusted for gender, age and other biochemical components analyzed.

Model 2 – Model 1 + Body Mass Index, Muscle Mass Index, waist circumference and% body fat.

Model 3 – Model 2 + Metabolic Syndrome and glomerular filtration rate.

Model 4 – Model 2 + Hypertension and glomerular filtration rate.

*p < 0,05.

de Oliveira et al.

de Oliveira et al. Nutrition Journal 2013 12:11   doi:10.1186/1475-2891-12-11

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