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Table 4 Association between CMI and NAFLD in different models

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

  OR (95%CI) P for trend
Multivariable Analysis Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Model one 1.67 (1.58, 1.77) Ref 2.60 (1.86, 3.63) 5.09 (3.70, 7.00) 11.05 (8.03, 15.22)  < 0.0001
Model two 1.28 (1.20, 1.37) Ref 2.03 (1.44, 2.86) 3.24 (2.29, 4.57) 5.53 (3.80, 8.04)  < 0.0001
Model three 1.28 (1.19, 1.37) Ref 2.11 (1.49, 3.01) 3.48 (2.44, 4.96) 5.55 (3.77, 8.19)  < 0.0001
  1. OR: odds ratios; CMI: cardiometabolic index; NAFLD: non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
  2. Model one adjusted for: sex, age, BMI, drinking status and smoking status
  3. Model two adjusted for: sex, BMI, WHtR, GGT, HDL-C, TC, FPG, drinking status and SBP
  4. Model three adjusted for: sex, age, BMI, ALT, AST, height, WHtR, GGT, habit of exercise, HDL-C, TC, FPG, drinking status, smoking status, SBP and HbA1c