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Table 7 —

Multiple logistic regression analysis with cardiovascular mortality as a dependent variable and the metabolic syndrome* or its components as independent variables

All subjects (209 deaths)
Diabetic patients (168 deaths)
RR (95% CI)PRR (95% CI)P
The metabolic syndrome* 1.81 (1.24–2.65) 0.002 1.15 (0.68–1.94) 0.60 
Obesity 1.10 (0.63–1.96) 0.76 0.87 (0.43–1.76) 0.70 
Dyslipidemia 0.99 (0.63–1.58) 0.98 0.93 (0.54–1.61) 0.80 
Hypertension 1.78 (1.09–2.91) 0.02 1.43 (0.76–2.68) 0.27 
Microalbuminuria 2.80 (1.62–4.83) <0.001 3.17 (1.70–5.91) <0.001 
Insulin resistance 1.53 (0.88–2.64) 0.13 1.44 (0.56–3.71) 0.45 
All subjects (209 deaths)
Diabetic patients (168 deaths)
RR (95% CI)PRR (95% CI)P
The metabolic syndrome* 1.81 (1.24–2.65) 0.002 1.15 (0.68–1.94) 0.60 
Obesity 1.10 (0.63–1.96) 0.76 0.87 (0.43–1.76) 0.70 
Dyslipidemia 0.99 (0.63–1.58) 0.98 0.93 (0.54–1.61) 0.80 
Hypertension 1.78 (1.09–2.91) 0.02 1.43 (0.76–2.68) 0.27 
Microalbuminuria 2.80 (1.62–4.83) <0.001 3.17 (1.70–5.91) <0.001 
Insulin resistance 1.53 (0.88–2.64) 0.13 1.44 (0.56–3.71) 0.45 

Adjusted for age, sex, LDL cholesterol, and current smoking.

*

The metabolic syndrome was defined based on the recent WHO proposal (17);

defined as highest quartile of HOMAIR.

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