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Table 3 Association of coffee intake with gout

From: Mediation analysis to understand genetic relationships between habitual coffee intake and gout

   Association of coffee intake (any coffee) with gout
Observations Odds ratio 95% confidence interval P
Unadjusted 130,731 0.85 0.77–0.94 0.002
Adjusted 121,897 0.75 0.67–0.84 9.05 × 10−7
Adjusted
including beer/spirits
86,676 0.75 0.66–0.86 1.40 × 10−5
   Association of coffee intake (per cup per day) with gout
Observations Odds ratio 95% confidence Interval P
Unadjusted 130,731 0.91 0.89–0.93 3.08 × 10−15
Adjusted 121,897 0.85 0.82–0.87 8.55 × 10−32
Adjusted
including beer/spirits
86,676 0.85 0.83–0.88 1.09 × 10−23
  1. Adjusted for age, sex, body mass index, hypertension, kidney disease, diabetes, meat intake, fish intake, cheese intake, tea intake, fruit intake, vegetable intake, bread intake, and cereal intake