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Table 2—

Multiple linear regression model describing association with peak expiratory flow rate at the 10-year examination*

CharacteristicPParameter estimate
Sex (male) <0.001 83.9 
Age (years) 0.002 3.79 
Age (years) squared  −0.053 
Height (cm) <0.001 4.02 
BMI (kg/m2<0.001 17.1 
BMI squared  −0.271 
Cardiovascular disease history (present) 0.003 −29.9 
Respiratory symptoms (severe) 0.007 −9.51 
Duration (years) 0.008 −1.32 
Pulse rate, per 30 s 0.007 −1.07 
Dialysis/renal transplant (present) 0.02 −26.3 
Glycosylated hemoglobin, 1% 0.02 −3.66 
CharacteristicPParameter estimate
Sex (male) <0.001 83.9 
Age (years) 0.002 3.79 
Age (years) squared  −0.053 
Height (cm) <0.001 4.02 
BMI (kg/m2<0.001 17.1 
BMI squared  −0.271 
Cardiovascular disease history (present) 0.003 −29.9 
Respiratory symptoms (severe) 0.007 −9.51 
Duration (years) 0.008 −1.32 
Pulse rate, per 30 s 0.007 −1.07 
Dialysis/renal transplant (present) 0.02 −26.3 
Glycosylated hemoglobin, 1% 0.02 −3.66 

The dependent variable was the peak expiratory flow rate.

*

Total R2 = 0.62;

parameter estimate indicates change in peak flow rate per unit change in the independent variable.

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