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Table 3 The odds ratios (ORs) of hyperuricemiaa according to quintiles of parathyroid hormone in NHANES 2003-2006

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

Parathyroid hormone levels pM (pg/ml) Quintile 1 0.64-2.86 (6-27) Quintile 2 2.97-3.82 (28-36) Quintile 3 3.93-4.67 (37-44) Quintile 4 4.77-6.15 (45-58) Quintile 5 6.26-52.10 (59-491) Pvalue for trend
Age- and Sex-adjusted OR 1 (referent) 1.08 (0.77, 1.51) 1.22 (0.84, 1.76) 1.54 (1.14, 2.08) 2.17 (1.62, 2.89) < 0.001
Multivariate ORb 1 (referent) 1.03 (0.75, 1.71) 1.12 (0.77, 1.61) 1.29 (0.97, 1.71) 1.56 (1.165, 2.10) < 0.001
Multivariate ORc 1 (referent) 1.05 (0.76, 1.46) 1.18 (0.81, 1.74) 1.34 (1.02, 1.76) 1.34 (1.01, 1.77) 0.03
Multivariate ORd 1 (referent) 1.07 (0.77, 1.49) 1.22 (0.81, 1.82) 1.36 (1.03, 1.80) 1.39 (1.03, 1.88) 0.03
  1. a Hyperuricemia is defined as having a serum uric acid level > 7.0 mg/dl for men and > 5.7 mg/dl for women. bAdjusted for age, sex, race, body mass index, use of diuretics, allopurinol and uricosuric agents, and hypertension. cAdjusted for age, sex, race, body mass index, use of diuretics, allopurinol and uricosuric agents, hypertension, serum calcium levels, serum alkaline phosphatase levels, serum phosphorus levels, serum vitamin D levels, and glomerular filtration rate. dAdditionally adjusted for total daily intake of alcohol, energy, protein, sugar, and caffeine.