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TABLE 3

Univariate and multivariate analysis of CRP quintiles

UnivariateMultivariateMultivariate*
P <0.0001 0.041 0.045 
CRP (antilog) (mg/l)    
    Quintile I: ≤0.66 Referent level Referent level Referent level 
    Quintile II: >0.66 to ≤1.28 2.30 (0.94–5.58) 1.76 (0.72–4.30) 1.35 (0.62–2.94) 
    Quintile III: >1.28 to ≤2.27 3.60 (1.56–8.28) 2.35 (1.01–5.46) 2.01 (0.98–4.13) 
    Quintile IV: >2.27 to ≤4.18 4.64 (2.05–10.5) 2.75 (1.19–6.36) 2.27 (1.11–4.64) 
    Quintile V: >4.18 6.13 (2.76–13.6) 3.07 (1.33–7.10) 2.46 (1.20–5.04) 
UnivariateMultivariateMultivariate*
P <0.0001 0.041 0.045 
CRP (antilog) (mg/l)    
    Quintile I: ≤0.66 Referent level Referent level Referent level 
    Quintile II: >0.66 to ≤1.28 2.30 (0.94–5.58) 1.76 (0.72–4.30) 1.35 (0.62–2.94) 
    Quintile III: >1.28 to ≤2.27 3.60 (1.56–8.28) 2.35 (1.01–5.46) 2.01 (0.98–4.13) 
    Quintile IV: >2.27 to ≤4.18 4.64 (2.05–10.5) 2.75 (1.19–6.36) 2.27 (1.11–4.64) 
    Quintile V: >4.18 6.13 (2.76–13.6) 3.07 (1.33–7.10) 2.46 (1.20–5.04) 

Data are hazard ratios (95% CIs). Univariate and multivariate hazard ratios with P values and approximate 95% CIs for CRP quintiles as a predictor of development of diabetes. Multivariate analysis included all the covariates regardless of statistical significance on univariate analysis.

*

Analysis using definition of diabetes as two fasting blood glucose measurements ≥7.0 mmol/l;

P for the χ2 test on four degrees of freedom for the equality of the five quintiles.

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