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Table 2 Odds ratio (95% CI) of the presence of MUNO for different adiposity indices after adjustment of age, sex, educational status and history of smoking

From: Comparison of novel visceral obesity indexes with traditional obesity measurements in predicting of metabolically unhealthy nonobese phenotype in hemodialysis patients

Obesity indexes Quartile 1 Quartile 2 Quartile 3 Quartile 4
BMI 1 1.01 (0.70–1.45) 2.07 (1.41–3.05) 2.20 (1.48–3.28)
WC 1 1.53 (1.05–2.22)* 2.73 (1.82–4.07) 2.96 (1.94–4.51)
WHtR 1 1.74 (1.19–2.54)* 2.49 (1.69–3.66) 3.11 (2.00–4.85)
VAI 1 2.35 (1.60–3.44) 10.01 (6.38–15.71) 88.18 (34.56–225.02)
CVAI 1 3.39 (2.19–5.25) 8.08 (4.82–13.55) 13.23 (7.39–23.68)
ABSI 1 1.75 (1.21–2.55)* 2.08 (1.42–3.06) 1.97 (1.33–2.92)
LAP 1 1.76 (1.82–4.69)* 3.51 (2.35–5.22) 30.16 (15.81–57.55)
  1. The between cut points are 19.27, 21.17, 22.87 for BMI; 74.50, 80.35, 86.23for WC; 0.46, 0.50, 0.54 for WHtR; 1.14, 1.74, 3.09 for VAI; 48.4, 79.33, 107.4 for CVAI; 0.079, 0.083, 0.088 for ABSI; 12.80, 23.19, 39.68 for LAP; *P < 0.05, ※ < 0.001
  2. Abbreviations: BMI body mass index, WC waist circumference, WHtR waist-to-height ratio, VAI visceral adiposity index, CVAI Chinese visceral adiposity index, ABSI a body shape index, LAP lipid accumulation product