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Table 4 Odds ratios and population-attributable risk factors for hemorrhagic 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)
SexFemaleMale0.91 (0.86–1.46)0.364NA
Age, y40–4950–591.62 (0.75–2.64)0.143NA
 60–692.13 (1.02–4.68) NA
 70–791.96 (0.92–3.12) NA
 ≥801.73 (0.96–2.97) NA
ResidenceRuralUrban0.98 (0.68–1.35)0.462NA
EducationPrimary school or belowJunior middle school1.12 (0.76–2.25)0.275NA
 Senior middle school0.93 (0.85–1.58) NA
 College or above0.92 (0.77–1.62) NA
Overweight/obesityNoYes1.11 (0.67–1.65)0.2152.6 (0.99–3.84)
SmokingNoYes1.23 (0.96–1.96)0.4641.5 (0.89–1.93)
Physical inactivityNoYes1.09 (0.89–2.15)0.2331.9 (0.93–2.65)
HypertensionNoYes3.66 (1.82–8.23)<  0.00115.3 (13.2–17.5)
DiabetesNoYes1.26 (0.96–2.56)0.4352.5 (0.96–3.45)
DyslipidemiaNoYes1.28 (0.86–1.87)0.2892.3 (0.97–2.81)
Atrial fibrillationNoYes1.29 (0.91–1.59)0.3642.1 (0.98–2.62)
Family historyNoYes1.63 (0.99–3.04)0.0865.8 (1.02–8.32)
  1. CI confidence interval, PAR population-attributable risk, NA not applicable