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Table 2—

Adjusted odds of stress-induced myocardial ischemia by multiple logistic regression analyses

Odds ratio (95%CI)P value
Model 1: metabolic abnormalities (combining metabolic syndrome and diabetes)   
    Log (CAC score) per SD 4.30 (2.70–6.86) <0.001 
    Chest pain symptoms 2.88 (1.67–4.97) <0.001 
    Metabolic abnormalities 1.98 (1.20–3.28) 0.008 
Model 2: analysis by number of metabolic syndrome risk factors and diabetes   
    Log (CAC score) per SD 4.11 (2.60–6.51) <0.001 
    Chest pain symptoms 2.94 (1.69–5.09) <0.001 
    One or two risk factors 2.99 (0.70–12.83) 0.141 
    Three risk factors 4.80 (1.01–22.86) 0.049 
    Four or five risk factors 10.93 (2.09–57.19) 0.005 
    Diabetes 4.55 (0.98–21.07) 0.053 
Odds ratio (95%CI)P value
Model 1: metabolic abnormalities (combining metabolic syndrome and diabetes)   
    Log (CAC score) per SD 4.30 (2.70–6.86) <0.001 
    Chest pain symptoms 2.88 (1.67–4.97) <0.001 
    Metabolic abnormalities 1.98 (1.20–3.28) 0.008 
Model 2: analysis by number of metabolic syndrome risk factors and diabetes   
    Log (CAC score) per SD 4.11 (2.60–6.51) <0.001 
    Chest pain symptoms 2.94 (1.69–5.09) <0.001 
    One or two risk factors 2.99 (0.70–12.83) 0.141 
    Three risk factors 4.80 (1.01–22.86) 0.049 
    Four or five risk factors 10.93 (2.09–57.19) 0.005 
    Diabetes 4.55 (0.98–21.07) 0.053 

Data are also adjusted for age, sex, cholesterol, and smoking. Number with ischemia/total for stratum: model 1, metabolic abnormalities (33 of 309) vs. no metabolic abnormalities (referent) (43 of 730); model 2, one or two risk factors (41 of 605), three risk factors (11 of 128), four or five risk factors (8 of 45), and diabetes (14 of 136) vs. no risk factors (2 of 125). Because of missing cholesterol levels in four individuals, the total sample size is 1,039.

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