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Table 2 Odds ratios and population-attributable risk factors for overall stroke by multivariable regression models

From: Prevalence of stroke and stroke related risk factors: a population based cross sectional survey in southwestern China

VariablesReference groupsControl groupsOdds ratio (95% CI)P valuePAR (%) (95% CI)
SexFemaleMale1.42 (1.31–2.02)0.004NA
Age, y40–4950–591.86 (1.42–2.86)<  0.001NA
 60–694.07 (2.48–4.77) NA
 70–795.36 (2.66–6.89) NA
 ≥806.21 (2.94–7.35) NA
ResidenceRuralUrban0.92 (0.83–1.02)0.324NA
EducationPrimary school or belowJunior middle school1.02 (0.86–2.03)0.436NA
 Senior middle school0.98 (0.87–1.53) NA
 College or above0.89 (0.84–1.12) NA
Overweight/obesityNoYes1.36 (1.13–1.69)0.0156.3 (5.33–8.54)
SmokingNoYes1.32 (0.67–1.87)0.6525.2 (0.92–5.83)
Physical inactivityNoYes1.95 (1.37–3.37)<  0.00110.3 (8.3–12.6)
HypertensionNoYes3.38 (1.65–5.23)<  0.00123.6 (19.8–28.7)
DiabetesNoYes1.57 (1.33–2.14)0.0236.9 (5.92–7.33)
DyslipidemiaNoYes2.15 (1.39–3.17)<  0.00110.8 (8.8–10.23)
Atrial fibrillationNoYes1.33 (0.76–2.52)0.4332.2 (0.95–3.82)
Family historyNoYes1.87 (1.32–2.33)0.0088.2 (9.13–16.8)
  1. CI confidence interval, PAR population-attributable risk, NA not applicable