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Table 4.8Results of multivariable analyses of AHI as a predictor in incident type 2 diabetes

Study
PMID
Baseline AHIn/NAdjusted OR/HR95% CIP trendOther Predictors
SignificantPNSnd P *NS Univariable Interactions
Reichmuth 2005115
WSCS
16192452
<5ndndRef (OR)ndAge, sex, waist girthAHI significant w/o waist girth in the model
5–15ndnd1.560.80–3.02
≥15ndnd1.620.67–3.65
Botros 2009116
19958890
<86/142Ref (HR)0.008Glucose<0.001Age
Sex
Race
BMI
AHI similar with or without adjustment
≥855/4021.431.10–1.86
*

Included in multivariable analysis. No data on whether statistically significant independent predictor.

Not statistically significant in univariable analysis. Not included in multivariable analysis.

Change in BMI during follow-up was statistically significant

Included in multivariable analysis. No data on whether statistically significant independent predictor.

Not statistically significant in univariable analysis. Not included in multivariable analysis.

Change in BMI during follow-up was statistically significant

From: Appendix D, Summary Tables

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