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Table 4 Association between CRP >3 ug/mL and prevalent peripheral arterial disease (ABI <0.90)

From: Prevalent peripheral arterial disease and inflammatory burden

Model CRP >3 ug/mL
Odds Ratio (95% Confidence Interval)a
Crude model 2.33 (1.35, 4.02)
Age-adjusted model 2.24 (1.29, 3.90)
Conditions-adjusted modelb 2.23 (1.26, 3.96)
Medications-adjusted modelc 2.20 (1.23, 3.96)
Multivariate-adjusted modeld 2.00 (1.06, 3.79)
Multivariate-adjusted model + smoking status 1.69 (0.88, 3.25)
Multivariate-adjusted model + smoking pack-years 1.69 (0.87, 3.26)
Multivariate-adjusted model + CVD risk factorse 2.02 (1.04, 3.92)
  1. aReference group = CRP ≤3 ug/mL
  2. bConditions-adjusted model was adjusted for MI, hypertension, CHF, COPD, diabetes status
  3. cMedications-adjusted model was adjusted for NSAID, Aspirin, cox-II inhibitor, ACE inhibitors, loop diuretics, antidepressants
  4. dMultivariate-adjusted models were adjusted for age, MI, hypertension, CHF, COPD, diabetes status, NSAID, Aspirin, cox-II inhibitor, ACE inhibitors, loop diuretics, antidepressants, self-rated health status, BMI, PASE score, walking speed
  5. eCVD risk factors included systolic blood pressure, fasting blood glucose, total cholesterol and HDL
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