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Table 2 Hazard ratios (HRs) of dyslipidemia in predicting the outcomes using Cox proportional hazards regression models with multivariate adjustments

From: Triglyceride to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol ratio predicts cardiovascular events in maintenance hemodialysis patients

  CV event
Adjusted HR (95 % CI)
All-cause mortality
Adjusted HR (95 % CI)
TG/HDL-C ratio
 TG/HDL-C ratio tertile
  (Third vs first tertile) 1.82 (1.01–3.35) 6.13 (2.13–20.22)
 TG/HDL-C ratio tertile
  (Second vs first tertile) 1.84 (1.05–3.31) 2.64 (0.92–8.38)
TG/HDL-C ratio >1.64 (yes vs no) 1.81 (1.11–3.06) 3.12 (1.30–8.54)
Non-HDL-C
 Non-HDL-C tertile
  (Third vs first tertile) 1.19 (0.71–2.01) 1.32 (0.55–3.20)
 Non-HDL-C quartile
  (Second vs first tertile) 0.90 (0.32–2.37) 1.47 (0.49–4.29)
Non-HDL-C >140 mg/dL (yes vs no) 1.51 (0.88–2.51) 1.56 (0.53–4.09)
  1. Adjusted for age, sex, dialysis vintage, presence of DM, concurrent CV disease, CRP, creatinine, statin use, and hemoglobin levels