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Table 4 Binary and multiple logistic regression in T2DM patients (n = 314)

From: Hyperuricemia and metabolic syndrome in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients at Hawassa university comprehensive specialized hospital, South West Ethiopia

Variables Category Uric acid level COR (95%CI) P value AOR (95%CI) P-value
Hyper uricemia Normouricaemia
Sex Female 36(11.5) 67(21.3) 1 0.8   
Male 70(22.3) 141(44.9) 0.9(0.56–1.52)
Age < 45 30(9.6) 90(28.6) 1   1 0.015
≥ 45 76(24.2) 118(37.6) 1.9(1.2–3.2)* 0.01 1.9(1.1–3.2)**
Residence Urban 59(18.8) 100(31.8) 1   1 0.5
Rural 47(44.3) 108(51.9) 1.3(0.9–2.2)* 0.20 0.8(0.5–1.3)
Occupation Unemployed 71(22.6) 143(45.5) 1 0.8   
Employed 35(11.1) 65(20.7) 1.1(0.7–1.8)
Smoking No 94(29.9) 187(59.6) 1 0.7   
Yes 12(3.8) 21(6.7) 1.1(0.5–2.4)
Alcohol consumption No 92(29.3) 190(60.5) 1 0.26   
Yes 14(4.5) 18(5.7) 1.60(0.8–3.4)
Regular exercise No 78(24.8) 136(43.3) 0.14(0.12–1.8) 0.22 1.5(1.33–2.45) 0.21
Yes 28(8.9) 72(22.9) 1 1
Duration of DM(years) ≤ 10 years 83(26.4) 165(52.5) 1 0.8   
> 10 years 23(7.3) 43(13.7) 1.1(0.6–1.9)
MetS No 19(6) 75(23.9) 1 0.001 1 0.001
Yes 87(27.7) 133(42.4) 2.6(1.5–4.7)* 2.6(1.5–4.6)**
  1. Note: *p < 0.25 for COR, **P < 0.05 for AOR; COR: Crude odds ratio; AOR: Adjusted odds ratio; MetS: metabolic syndrome