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Table 5 Associations of PTH and 25 (OH) D with MetS and its components

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

  PTH 25(OH)D
  Model 1: OR (95% CI) Model 2: OR (95% CI) Model 1: OR (95% CI) Model 2: OR (95% CI)
MetS 1.004 (0.993,1015) 0.995 (0.983,1.008) 0.957 (0.922,0.993) 0.967 (0.930,1.007)
WC 1.014 (1.002,1.026)a 1.002 (0.986,1.017) 0.991 (0.958,1.026) 1.024 (0.980,1.069)
BP 1.006 (0.992,1.020) 1.001 (0.988,1.016) 0.949 (0.912,0.987) 0.954 (0.916,0.993)
Trig 0.996 (0.983,1.008) 0.991 (0.978,1.004) 0.930 (0.892,0.969) 0.937 (0.898,0.978)
HDL 0.998 (0.988,1.009) 0.995 (0.985,1.006) 0.990 (0.959,1.023) 0.997 (0.965,1.030)
Glu 0.998 (0.985,1.010) 0.994 (0.981,1.007) 0.975 (0.936,1.016) 0.990 (0.949,1.033)
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, PTH parathyroid hormone serum levels, 25(OH)D 25-hydroxyvitamin D serum levels, MetS metabolic syndrome, WC waist circumference component, BP blood pressure component, Trig triglycerides component, HDL HDL cholesterol component, Glu glucose component
  2. Model 1: OR adjusted for gender and age; Model 2: OR adjusted for gender, age and body mass index
  3. aOR (95%CI) after adjustment for gender, age and 25(OH)D serum level: 1.013 (1.001, 1.025)