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Table 3 “Blunted PTH response” characteristics

From: Vitamin D, parathyroid hormone and metabolic syndrome – the PORMETS study

  Crude OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)a
Gender
 Women   
 Men 3.500 (1.122,10.917) 4.100 (1.289,13.036)
Age 0.964 (0.933,0.996) 0.960 (0.930,0.992)
Height 1.064 (1.006,11.125) 1.002 (0.925,1.085)
BMI 0.936 (0.868,1.010) 0.960 (0.889,1.037)
Systolic BP 0.981 (0.962,1.000) 0.982 (0.958,1.006)
Calcium 1.138 (0.223,5.825) 1.077 (0.211,5.486)
Phosphorus 3.179 (1.173,8.615) 4.590 (1.425,14.781)
Albumin 1.186 (1.050,1.341) 1.138 (0.998,1.299)
Insulin 0.970 (0.909,1.036) 0.969 (0.906,1.036)
HOMA 1.003 (0.979,1027) 1.003 (0.964,1.044)
hs-CRP 0.472 (0.250, 0.892) 0.493 (0.258,0.943)
  1. Some of the variables without significant associations were excluded from the table: education level, drinking and smoking habits, physical exercise, UV exposure, weight, hip and waist circumferences, WHR, WHtR, diastolic BP, glucose, triglycerides, HDL-cholesterol, total cholesterol, creatinine, and 25(OH)D
  2. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, BMI body mass index, BP blood pressure, HOMA homeostatic model assessment, hs-CRP high sensitivity C-reactive protein
  3. aOR adjusted for gender and age