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Table 3 Univariate analysis of the association between NAFLD and baseline variables

From: Association between the cardiometabolic index and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: insights from a general population

  OR (95%CI) P-value
Sex   
 Women Ref  
 Men 5.02 (4.51, 5.58)  < 0.0001
Age 1.02 (1.01, 1.02)  < 0.0001
Weight 1.13 (1.12, 1.14)  < 0.0001
Height 1.06 (1.05, 1.06)  < 0.0001
BMI 1.65 (1.61, 1.68)  < 0.0001
WC 1.20 (1.19, 1.21)  < 0.0001
WHtR (Per SD) 4.06 (3.82., 4.31)  < 0.0001
Habit of exercise   
 No Ref  
 Yes 0.82 (0.72, 0.92) 0.0008
ALT 1.10 (1.10, 1.11)  < 0.0001
AST 1.09 (1.08, 1.10)  < 0.0001
GGT 1.04 (1.04, 1.04)  < 0.0001
HDL-C 0.05 (0.05, 0.06)  < 0.0001
TC 1.65 (1.57, 1.73)  < 0.0001
TG 4.65 (4.30, 5.03)  < 0.0001
TG/HDL-C 3.92 (3.65, 4.21)  < 0.0001
FPG 6.91 (6.13, 7.78)  < 0.0001
HbA1c 4.42 (3.84, 5.08)  < 0.0001
Drinking status   
 Nor or less Ref  
 Light 0.90 (0.79, 1.04) 0.1442
 Moderate 1.12 (0.92, 1.36) 0.2731
Smoking status   
 Nor Ref  
 Past 2.12 (1.91, 2.37)  < 0.0001
 Current 1.93 (1.73, 2.14)  < 0.0001
SBP 1.05 (1.05, 1.06)  < 0.0001
DBP 1.08 (1.07, 1.08)  < 0.0001
CMI 19.64 (16.97, 22.73)  < 0.0001
CMI Z score 3.08 (2.91, 3.25)  < 0.0001
  1. OR, odds ratios; other abbreviations as in Table 1