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Table 3 Multivariable linear regression analysis for the association between serum uric acid and cardiometabolic function

From: Asymptomatic hyperuricemia and coronary flow reserve in patients with metabolic syndrome

  Adjusted for Standardized coefficient (SE) P-value
All patients (n = 44)
 CFR Age, sex 0.04 (0.35) 0.92
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr 0.07 (0.39) 0.86
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr, IL-6, and hs-CRP −0.12 (0.42) 0.78
 Stress MBF Age, sex −0.19 (0.40) 0.63
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr −0.35 (0.44) 0.43
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr, IL-6, and hs-CRP −0.52 (0.47) 0.28
Patients with summed stress score ≤ 3 (n = 28)
 CFR Age, sex 0.17 (0.43) 0.69
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr 0.21 (0.38) 0.60
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr, IL-6, and hs-CRP 0.09 (0.43) 0.83
 Stress MBF Age, sex −0.13 (0.42) 0.76
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr −0.13 (0.43) 0.76
Age, sex, diabetes, BMI, SSS, Cr, IL-6, and hs-CRP −0.23 (0.47) 0.63
Patients without diabetes (n = 25)
 HOMA-IR Age, sex 1.87 (1.30) 0.17
Age, sex, BMI 1.36 (1.26) 0.29
Age, sex, BMI, IL-6 and hs-CRP 2.08 (1.21) 0.10
  1. SE = standard error, CFR = coronary flow reserve, MBF = myocardial blood flow, BMI = body mass index, SSS = summed stress score, Cr = serum creatinine, IL = interleukin, hs-CRP = high sensitivity C-reactive protein, HOMA-IR = Homeostatic Model Assessment of Insulin Resistance