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Table 3 Multivariable analysis for different markers and BMD

From: H. Pylori is related to osteoporosis but only in premenopausal female: a cross-sectional study

  OR 95%CI P-value
TC (mmol/L)
 Q1(3.65–5.20) 7.250 0.773,68.033 0.083
 Q2(5.21–7.66) 0 0  
BMI (kg/m2)
 Q1(17.9–23.9) 28.163 1.647,481.545 0.021
 Q2(24.0–31.9) 0 0  
UA (umol/L)
 Q1(187–357) 0.324 0.028,3.827 0.371
 Q2(358–571) 0 0  
TG (mmol/L)
 Q1(0–1.70) 0.162 0.009,2.858 0.214
 Q2(1.71–4.47) 0 0  
LDL-C (mmol/L)
 Q1(0–3.12) 0.273 0.029,2.524 0.252
 Q2(3.13–4.20) 0 0  
C13
 Q1(without H. pylor) 0.132 0.023,0.753 0.023
 Q2(with H. pylor) 0 0  
WHR
 Q1(0.79–0.84) 3.529 0.472,26.390 0.219
 Q2(0.85–0.97) 0 0  
HCY
 Q1(0–14.9 μmol/L) 17.218 1.061,279.779 0.045
 Q2(> 15 μmol/L) 0 0 0
CRP
 Q1 (0–4.9 mg/L) 0.167 0.001,32.917 0.507
 Q2 (> 5 mg/L) 0 0  
Ca
 Q1 (2.1–2.25 mg/L) 0.060 0.003,1.347 0.076
 Q1 (> 2.25 mg/L) 0 0  
B12
 Q1(0-516pmol/L) 0.228 0.706,54.927 0.100
 Q2(> 516 pmol/L) 0 0  
  1. Abbreviations as in Table 1; OR Odds ratio; C13 13C breathing test positive;
  2. Bold indicates statistically significant values