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Table 3 The relationship of CAS to CV risk factors and EAT thickness

From: The relationship between epicardial adipose tissue and coronary artery stenosis by sex and menopausal status in patients with suspected angina

  Men (n = 257) Women (n = 371)
Univariate Multivariate Univariate Multivariate
OR 95% CI P value OR 95% CI P value OR 95% CI P value OR 95% CI P value
Age 1.05 1.02–1.08 0.001 1.04 1.01–1.08 0.020 1.07 1.04–1.10 < 0.001 1.05 1.02–1.08 0.001
BMI 1.09 1.00–1.01 0.060 1.07 0.96–1.21 0.227 0.99 0.92–1.05 0.669 0.95 0.87–1.02 0.161
Smoking 1.40 0.84–2.35 0.199 1.13 0.57–2.21 0.733 1.31 0.54–3.15 0.547 1.14 0.53–3.90 0.481
Hypertension 1.57 0.96–2.57 0.072 1.08 0.55–2.09 0.829 2.64 1.70–4.08 < 0.001 1.04 0.59–1.82 0.895
Diabetes 2.26 1.16–4.42 0.017 2.29 0.96–5.46 0.061 5.11 2.81–9.30 < 0.001 3.70 1.94–7.10 < 0.001
Dyslipidemia 2.03 1.11–3.70 0.022 2.63 1.10–6.25 0.028 1.23 0.74–2.04 0.331 1.02 0.58–1.79 0.948
EAT thickness 1.52 1.31–1.75 < 0.001 1.43 1.21–1.69 < 0.001 1.36 1.22–1.52 < 0.001 1.24 1.10–1.40 < 0.001
  1. CAS coronary artery stenosis, CV cardiovascular, OR odd ratio, CI confidence interval, BMI body mass index, EAT epicardial adipose tissue