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Table 3 Stratified analyses

From: Association between total protein intake and low muscle mass in Korean adults

  Protein intake (g/kg)
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Age (years)
 19–39 (n = 86) 6.06 (2.42–15.16) 2.33 (0.79–6.93) 2.46 (0.99–6.13) 1
 40–64 (n = 307) 4.56 (2.66–7.82) 2.44 (1.50–3.98) 1.79 (1.10–2.92) 1
 ≥65 (n = 358) 2.81 (1.53–5.16) 2.09 (1.11–3.93) 2.02 (1.13–3.61) 1
Sex
 Male (n = 278) 6.49 (3.20–13.14) 3.16 (1.52–6.59) 2.83 (1.37–5.84) 1
 Female (n = 473) 3.24 (2.05–5.13) 2.06 (1.32–3.21) 1.62 (1.06–2.50) 1
Hypertension
 (−) (n = 385) 6.02 (3.45–10.49) 2.91 (1.67–5.07) 2.35 (1.35–4.07) 1
 (+) (n = 366) 2.35 (1.31–4.19) 1.63 (0.91–2.91) 1.54 (0.89–2.68) 1
Diabetes mellitus
 (−) (n = 615) 3.94 (2.61–5.95) 2.15 (1.42–3.25) 1.89 (1.25–2.85) 1
 (+) (n = 136) 11.73 (3.09–44.56) 7.99 (2.02–31.61) 4.51 (1.23–16.52) 1
Dyslipidemia
 (−) (n = 632) 4.39 (2.85–6.75) 2.62 (1.70–4.05) 2.23 (1.43–3.47) 1
 (+) (n = 119) 3.50 (1.41–8.72) 1.32 (0.53–3.30) 0.93 (0.36–2.39) 1
  1. Abbreviation: OR Odds ratio, CI Confidence interval
  2. The results were calculated via multivariable logistic regression analysis after adjustment for age, sex, household income, education, smoking status, physical activity, hypertension, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, and overconsumption of calories