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Table 2 Associations between MetS and OA in the present cross-sectional study (n = 5764)

From: Association between metabolic syndrome and knee osteoarthritis: a cross-sectional study

     Model 1a Model 2a
  Unadjusted OR 95%CI P Adjusted OR 95%CI P Adjusted OR 95%CI p
MetS as a whole 1.27 1.10–1.47 0.001 1.17 1.01–1.36 0.041 1.17 1.01–1.36 0.043
MetS components
 Overweight 2.85 2.54–3.21 <0.001 2.14 1.89–2.43 <0.001 2.15 1.90–2.44 <0.001
 Hyperglycaemia 1.36 1.18–1.57 <0.001 1.15 0.99–1.33 0.067 1.15 0.99–1.33 0.066
 Hypertension 1.45 1.29–1.63 <0.001 1.23 1.09–1.40 0.001 1.23 1.09–1.40 0.001
 Dyslipidemia 1.53 1.37–1.72 <0.001 1.33 1.18–1.50 <0.001 1.33 1.18–1.50 <0.001
  1. MetS, metabolic syndrome; OA, osteoarthritis;
  2. aModel 1 was adjusted for age and sex; Model 2 was adjusted for age, sex, activity level, smoking status, alcohol drinking status and educational background