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Table 2 Glycated serum protein is associated with the prevalence of effusion

From: Inflammation and glucose homeostasis are associated with specific structural features among adults without knee osteoarthritis: a cross-sectional study from the osteoarthritis initiative

Predictor (continuous) No-Little Effusion (n = 173) Mean (SD) (Reference) Effusion (≥ 7.5 cm3) (n = 170) Mean (SD) Prevalent Effusion Crude OR (95% CI), p-value (per unit of biomarker concentration) Prevalent Effusion Adjusted OR (95% CI), p-value (per unit of biomarker concentration)
CRP (mg/L) 3.29 (1.27) 3.34 (1.16) 1.04 (0.87, 1.24), 0.68 1.01 (0.83, 1.22), 0.93
lnGSP <5.5 5.10 (0.29) 4.99 (0.40) 0.36 (0.18, 0.73), 0.004 0.39 (0.18, 0.83), 0.01
lnGSP ≥5.5 6.01 (0.49) 6.29 (0.71) 2.01 (1.22, 3.32), 0.01 2.02 (1.22, 3.34), 0.01
Glucose (mg/dL) per 10 mg/dL 108.7 (27.9) 111.7 (25.1) 1.04 (0.96, 1.13), 0.31 1.03 (0.95, 1.12), 0.48
  1. All analyses were adjusted for age, body mass index, sex, and Physical Activity Scale for the Elderly score. CRP C-reactive Protein, lnGSP glycated serum protein (log), OR odds ratio, 95% CI 95% confidence interval. Bold represents statistically significant findings (p < 0.05)