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Table 3 Hazard ratio (95%CI) of fall-related fracture in each dietary pattern.

From: Dietary patterns associated with fall-related fracture in elderly Japanese: a population based prospective study

     (3403.8 year*person)
  T1 (unconfirmed) T2 (moderately confirmed) T3 (confirmed) p for trend
The Vegetable pattern
   Model 1 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 1.13 (0.38-3.36) 2.67 (1.03-6.90) 0.025
   Model 2 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 1.11 (0.37-3.31) 2.66 (1.03-6.87) 0.025
   Model 3 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 1.12 (0.37-3.39) 2.64 (0.93-7.47) 0.044
   Model 4 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 1.10 (0.36-3.34) 2.62 (0.93-7.41) 0.044
The Meat pattern
   Model 1 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.43 (0.17-1.10) 0.58 (0.23-1.47) 0.211
   Model 2 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.43 (0.17-1.12) 0.58 (0.23-1.47) 0.212
   Model 3 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.36 (0.13-0.94) 0.36 (0.12-1.06) 0.056
   Model 4 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.36 (0.14-0.96) 0.36 (0.12-1.06) 0.057
The Traditional Japanese pattern
   Model 1 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.79 (0.33-1.91) 0.80 (0.28-2.28) 0.646
   Model 2 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.81 (0.33-1.96) 0.81 (0.29-2.30) 0.661
   Model 3 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.75 (0.31-1.81) 0.75 (0.26-2.17) 0.561
   Model 4 Hazard Ratio 1.00 (Reference) 0.77 (0.32-1.86) 0.76 (0.26-2.19) 0.579
  1. Analysis by Cox proportional hazards model
  2. Model 1: Adjusted by age, gender and BMI
  3. Model 2: Adjusted by Model 1 variable and experience of falls in previous 6 month
  4. Model 3: Adjusted by age, gender, BMI and Energy intake
  5. Model 4: Adjusted by Model 3 variable and experience of falls in previous 6 month
  6. Data in bold are p < 0.05