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Table 3 Odds ratio of ED in HD patients for variables included in univariate analysis and multivariate analysis

From: Risk factors for erectile dysfunction in end-stage renal disease patients with short- or long-term hemodialysis therapy

  Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
Odds ratio 95% CI p value Odds ratio 95% CI p value
Age ≥60 years 3.110 1.680–5.740 <0.001 3.610 1.890–6.880 <0.001
HD duration ≥10 years 0.910 0.473–1.750 0.779  
BMI ≥25 0.736 0.394–1.38 0.337  
Hypertension 0.761 0.361–1.600 0.472  
Diabetes mellitus 1.830 0.928–3.600 0.081  
Hyperlipidemia 1.220 0.523–2.870 0.642  
Hyperuricemia 0.372 0.180–0.768 0.008 0.303 0.139–0.656 0.002
Cardiovascular disease 1.400 0.668–2.930 0.373  
Cerebrovascular disease 1.540 0.484–4.910 0.463  
Liver dysfunction 0.606 0.165–2.230 0.451  
Smoking 0.803 0.563–1.140 0.225  
Alcohol consumption 0.714 0.460–1.110 0.132  
Presence of sexual partner 0.504 0.250–1.010 0.055  
Ca >10 mg/dL 0.437 0.125–1.520 0.193  
P >6 mg/dL 0.969 0.475–1.980 0.930  
iPTH >250 pg/mL 1.450 0.623–3.400 0.387  
  1. HD hemodialysis, BMI body mass index, ED erectile dysfunction, Ca calcium, P phosphate, iPTH intact parathyroid hormone