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Table 5 Multivariable analysis for different markers and gender

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

  OR 95%CI P-value
WHR
 Q1(0.79–0.84) 5.783 1.192,28.078 0.029
 Q2(0.85–0.97) 0 0  
TC (mmol/L)
 Q1(0–5.20) 1.694 0.345, 8.298 0.516
 Q2(> 5.21) 0 0  
LDL-C (mmol/L)
 Q1(0–3.12) 2.502 0.374, 16.710 0.344
 Q2(3.13–4.52) 0 0  
UA (umol/L)
 Q1(187–357) 1.096 0.246, 4.884 0.904
 Q2(358–571) 0 0  
TG (mmol/L)
 Q1(0–1.70) 0.201 0.045, 0.902 0.036
 Q2(1.71–13.19) 0 0  
GLU (mmol/L)
 Q1(0–6.10) 0.584 0.072,4.740 0.615
 Q2(6.11–13.03) 0 0  
CA724(U/ml)
 Q1(0–6.89) 2.787 0.481, 16.151 0.253
 Q2(6.90–39.18) 0 0  
CEA (ng/ml)
 Q1(0–4.99) 0.211 0.013, 3.511 0.278
 Q2(5.00–9.85) 0 0  
BMI (kg/m2)
 Q1(17.9–23.9) 0.152 0.034,0.688 0.014
 Q2(24.0–34.1) 0 0  
SP (mmHg)
 Q1(90–140) 0.133 0.005,3.228 0.215
 Q2(> 140) 0 0  
BP (mmHg)
 Q1(60–90) 1.119 0.057,21.889 0.914
 Q2(> 90) 0 0  
HCY (μmol/L)
 Q1(0–14.9) 0.377 0.091,1.559 0.178
 Q2(> 15) 0 0  
CRP (mg/L)
 Q1 (0–4.9) 4.076 0.289,57.397 0.298
 Q2 (> 5) 0 0  
B12(pmol/L)
 Q1(0–516) 6.038 0.681,53.464 0.106
 Q2(> 516) 0 0  
Ca (mg/L)
 Q1 (2.1–2.25) 1.502 0.327,6.903 0.601
 Q1 (> 2.25) 0 0  
Ghb(%)
 Q1(0–6.0) 0.487 0.064,3.691 0.487
 Q2(6.1–7.3)    
  1. Abbreviations as in Table 1; OR Odds ratio;
  2. Bold indicates statistically significant values
  3. Male and female have different normal value in UA and WHR, UA 149-416umol/L in male,89-357umol/L in female, WHR < 9.0 in male,< 8.5 in female