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Table 5 Odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals for hyperuricemia in women

From: Cross-sectional study of associations between normal body weight with central obesity and hyperuricemia in Japan

  TotalHUCrudeAdjusted
nn (%)OR 95%CIOR 95%CI
Total (N=27,622)NW13,189826 (6.3)11
NWCO8,276823 (9.9)1.65 (1.49-1.83)1.41 (1.27-1.57)
OB10724 (22.4)4.33 (2.73-6.85)3.76 (2.34-6.02)
OBCO6,0501,360 (22.5)4.34 (3.96-4.76)3.54 (3.21-3.90)
Alcohol consumption
 Yes (n=12,784)NW6,467597 (9.2)11
NWCO3,752491 (13.1)1.48 (1.30-1.68)1.25 (1.09-1.42)
OB6021 (35.0)5.29 (3.09-9.06)4.63 (2.66-8.08)
OBCO2,505671 (26.8)3.60 (3.18-4.06)2.94 (2.59-3.35)
 No (n=14,838)NW6,722229 (3.4)11
NWCO4,524332 (7.3)2.25 (1.89-2.67)1.85 (1.55-2.21)
OB473 (6.4)1.93 (0.60-6.27)1.69 (0.51-5.54)
OBCO3,545689 (19.4)6.84 (5.85-7.99)5.29 (4.50-6.22)
  1. Adjusted for age, smoking status, physical activity, hypertension, dyslipidemia and diabetes
  2. CI confidence interval, HU hyperuricemia, NW normal weight without central obesity, NWCO normal weight with central obesity, OB obesity without central obesity, OBCO obesity with central obesity, OR odds ratio