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Table 3 Association between history of any, hip and wrist fracture, and risk of prehypertension and hypertension: multiple logistic regression models

From: Association of history of fracture with prehypertension and hypertension: a retrospective case–control study

Models Type of fracture Prehypertension Hypertension Prehypertension and hypertension
Unadjusted Any fracture 1.62 (1.37, 1.92) 1.59 (1.31, 1.94) 1.61 (1.38, 1.89)
  Hip fracture 3.52 (1.52, 8.16) 3.66 (1.48, 9.04) 3.57 (1.60, 8.00)
  Wrist fracture 1.79 (1.36, 2.36) 1.89 (1.39, 2.57) 1.82 (1.41, 2.36)
Adjusted for multiple risk factors* Any fracture 1.19 (0.98, 1.45) 0.96 (0.73, 1.27) 1.13 (0.94, 1.36)
  Hip fracture 1.83 (0.73, 4.63) 0.64 (0.20, 2.07) 1.37 (0.55, 3.45)
  Wrist fracture 1.49 (1.09, 2.03) 1.53 (0.99, 2.37) 1.48 (1.10, 1.99)
  1. Values are odds ratio (95% confidence interval). Bold-faced values indicate statistical significance at P < 0.05. *Risk factors included age (continuous), body mass index (<25, ≥25 and <30, ≥30 and <35, and ≥35 kg/m2), race (Mexican American, Hispanic, Non-Hispanic White, Non-Hispanic Black, and others), gender (male and female), alcohol intake (1–2, and 3+ drinks/day), physical activity (in quartiles), total fat intake (in quartiles), history of diabetes (yes/no), smokers (current, past, and never smokers).
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