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Table 4 Potential interactions of triglyceride with sUA-BMI associations among men and women

From: Nonlinear relationship between serum uric acid and body mass index: a cross-sectional study of a general population in coastal China

ModelsRegression coefficients (95% CI) for triglycerideP for interactionP for linear trend
T1: 0.09–0.81, mmol/LT2: 0.81–1.21, mmol/LT3:1.21–15.87, mmol/L
Men3.74 (2.59, 4.90)4.89 (3.84, 5.95)6.09 (5.13, 7.05)0.00740.0017
Women2.12 (1.41, 2.83)3.29 (2.61, 3.97)4.25 (3.51, 4.99)0.0002< 0.0001
Total2.91 (2.28, 3.54)4.03 (3.44, 4.62)5.20 (4.60, 5.80)< 0.0001< 0.0001
  1. Adjusted for age, current smoking status, alcohol consumption, occupational types, SBP, DBP, fasting blood sugar (log10 transformed), eGFR, LDL, triglyceride (log10 transformed) and total cholesterol