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Table 5 Odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals for increased PWV among subjects

From: Fatty Liver Index is Positively Associated with Arterial Stiffness in a Chinese Cohort Undergoing Health Assessment

  FLI categories OR (95% CI) p value
Age ≤ 50
 Model 1  < 30 (n = 70) (Ref.)  
30–59 (n = 57) 0.547 (0.042–7.136) 0.646
 ≥ 60 (n = 78) 0.791 (0.249–2.519) 0.692
 Model 2  < 30 (n = 70) (Ref.)  
30–59 (n = 57) 0.544 (0.045–6.529) 0.631
 ≥ 60 (n = 78) 1.031 (0.290–3.665) 0.963
 Model 3  < 30 (n = 70) (Ref.)  
30–59 (n = 57) 0.570 (0.046–7.085) 0.662
 ≥ 60 (n = 78) 1.012 (0.278–3.676) 0.986
Age > 50
 Model 1  < 30 (n = 66) (Ref.)  
30–59 (n = 71) 2.176 (0.755–6.271) 0.150
 ≥ 60 (n = 60) 1.482 (0.757–2.901) 0.251
 Model 2  < 30 (n = 66) (Ref.)  
30–59 (n = 71) 2.182 (0.749–6.352) 0.153
 ≥ 60 (n = 60) 1.401 (0.712–2.757) 0.329
 Model 3  < 30 (n = 66) (Ref.)  
30–59 (n = 71) 2.133 (0.730–6.231) 0.166
 ≥ 60 (n = 60) 1.440 (0.746–1.930) 0.309
  1. Model 1 adjusting for age, sex, body mass index, MAP, HR, and eGFR
  2. Model 2 adjusting for age, sex, body mass index, MAP, total cholesterol, HR, and eGFR
  3. Model 3 adjusting for age, sex, body mass index, MAP, total cholesterol, glucose, HR, and eGFR
  4. Abbreviations: FLI fatty liver index, LDL-C low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, MAP mean artery blood pressure, cfPWV carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity, Ref reference