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Table 4 Additive interactions between snoring and BMI

From: Additive interaction of snoring and body mass index on the prevalence of metabolic syndrome among Chinese coal mine employees: a cross-sectional study

  Interaction Analysis
Snoring BMI MetS, n (%) Multi-adjusted OR (95% CI) RERI (95% CI) AP (95% CI) S (95% CI)
All workers
 No <24 96 (13.10) 1.00 1.89*
(0.67, 3.24)
0.23*
(0.08, 0.38)
1.37*
(1.11, 1.75)
≥24 279 (46.35) 5.57 (4.24, 7.31)
 Yes <24 173 (20.57) 1.62 (1.23, 2.14)
≥24 927 (62.85) 8.09 (6.36, 10.29)
Underground front-line
 No <24 9 (6.16) 1 6.67*
(1.42, 19.42)
0.41*
(0.10, 0.62)
1.76*
(1.11, 2.98)
≥24 47 (34.81) 8.23 (3.81, 17.80)
 Yes <24 27 (14.36) 2.52 (1.34, 5.56)
≥24 154 (52.56) 16.43 (8.00, 33.73)
Underground auxiliary
 No <24 31 (13.08) 1 0.32
(−3.90, 3.25)
0.04
(−0.34, 0.32)
1.04
(0.72, 1.58)
≥24 89 (50.57) 7.36 (4.51, 12.03)
 Yes <24 68 (22.97) 1.97 (1.23, 3.15)
≥24 350 (56.36) 8.65 (5.71, 13.10)
Ground workers
 No <24 37 (16.82) 1 2.52*
(0.08, 5.35)
0.32*
(0.01, 0.56)
1.59*
(1.02, 2.72)
≥24 80 (52.95) 4.78 (2.95, 7.75)
 Yes <24 47 (23.62) 1.47 (0.90, 2.41)
≥24 255 (62.05) 7.77 (5.10, 11.86)
Office workers
 No <24 19 (14.62) 1 1.10
(−1.22, 3.31)
0.21
(−0.24, 0.50)
1.35
(0.77, 2.76)
≥24 63 (45.99) 3.92 (2.13, 7.23)
 Yes <24 31 (19.75) 1.18 (0.62, 2.25)
≥24 166 (56.08) 5.19 (2.94, 9.17)
  1. *is used to highlight statistically significant (p < 0.05) findings