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Table 2 Relationship of Physical and Mental Healthy Days to BMI and CRP levels

From: Exploring the associations between systemic inflammation, obesity and healthy days: a health related quality of life (HRQOL) analysis of NHANES 2005–2008

Model Dependent Variable Parameter OR (95% CI)
Model 1 HSQ470 (physical) (Intercept) 0.06 (0.04,0.09)
overweight 1.06 (0.76,1.47)
obese 1.59 (1.15,2.21)
Model 2 HSQ480 (mental) (Intercept) 0.06 (0.05,0.09)
overweight 1.20 (0.86,1.68)
obese 1.25 (0.89,1.75)
Model 3 HSQ470 (physical) (Intercept) 0.06 (0.04,0.07)
elevated CRP 1.61 (1.23,2.12)
clinically raised CRP 2.45 (1.84,3.26)
Model 4 HSQ480 (mental) (Intercept) 0.07 (0.05,0.09)
elevated CRP 1.05 (0.79,1.40)
clinically raised CRP 1.66 (1.26,2.19)
Model 5 HSQ470 (physical) (Intercept) 0.05 (0.04,0.07)
overweight 0.98 (0.70,1.35)
obese 1.26 (0.92,1.74)
elevated CRP 1.51 (1.14,2.0)
clinically raised CRP 2.21(1.55,3.16)
  1. Results include estimates of odds ratio (OR) and corresponding 95% confidence intervals under different models indexed by varying dependent variables. The OR is interpreted as the relative changes in odds for physical (HSQ470 > 15 days) or mental (HSQ480 > 15 days) unhealthy days upon changes in the categories of the explanatory variables (BMI and/or CRP)
  2. Data was analyzed using sampling weighted generalized linear models (logistic) as described under Methods. Model specifications are as follows: Model 1, HSQ470 vs. BMI; Model 2, HSQ480 vs. BMI; Model 3, HSQ470 vs. CRP; Model 4, HSQ480 vs. CRP; Model 5, HSQ470 vs. BMI and CRP