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Table 1 Characteristics according to quintiles of parathyroid hormone (PTH) levels in NHANES 2003-2006a

From: The independent association between parathyroid hormone levels and hyperuricemia: a national population study

Quintiles of serum PTH levels, pM (pg/ml) n Age (years) Men (%) White (%) BMI (kg/m2) Diuretic use (%) Serum calcium (mM) Serum vitamin D (nM) Serum phosphorus (mM) Serum alkaline phosphatase (U/L) Uric acid drug useb (%) History of hypertension (%) GFR (ml/min per 1.73 m2) Alcohol (g/day) Total energy (kcal/day) Total protein (g/day) Total sugar (g/day) Total caffeine (mg/day)
0.6-2.9 (6-27) 1,733 40 47 80 26.8 4.2 2.4 69.2 1.3 65.9 0.1 23 96 10.9 2263 87.9 129.3 185.1
3.0-3.8 (28-36) 1,795 44 50 76 27.5 4.9 2.4 63.0 1.3 66.8 0.2 28 93 9.9 2179 84.3 120.8 179.3
3.9-4.7 (37-44) 1,462 47 49 75 28.3 5.7 2.4 59.4 1.3 67.0 0.1 29 91 9.9 2192 84.8 119.3 186.1
4.8-6.2 (45 - 59) 1,712 49 47 70 29.1 7.5 2.4 55.2 1.2 70.0 1.0 41 89 8.5 2129 83.8 117.0 157.2
6.3-52.1 (59-491) 1,614 51 46 66 30.4 14.7 2.4 49.2 1.2 74.2 1.1 48 83 6.3 2009 77.2 115.0 156.7
All 8,316 46 48 74 28.3 7.0 2.4 59.8 1.2 68.5 0.5 33 91 9.2 2160 83.9 120.6 173.5
  1. aData are presented incorporating sample weights and adjusted for clusters and strata of the complex sample design of NHANES 2003-2006. bAllopurinol and uricosuric agents.