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Table 6 Analysis of risk factors for depression in type 2 diabetes patients

From: Functional Val66Met polymorphism of Brain-derived neurotrophic factor in type 2 diabetes with depression in Han Chinese subjects

  B S.E. Wald P Exp(B) 95%C.I.forExp(B)
(OR) Lower Upper
Female 1.035 0.294 12.412 0.000 2.815 1.583 5.008
Education level (n) 0.274 0.168 2.667 0.102 1.316 0.947 1.829
HbA1c(%) 1.792 0.219 4.251 0.041 1.885 1.709 2.987
BMI(kg/m2) −0.062 0.038 2.463 0.117 0.942 0.874 1.015
SBP(mmHg) 0.006 0.011 0.263 0.608 1.006 0.984 1.028
DBP(mmHg) 0.001 0.019 1.006 0.938 1.002 0.964 1.040
UMA(μmol/l) 0.002 0.003 0.368 0.544 1.017 0.996 1.007
BUN(μmol/l) 0.281 0.093 9.204 0.002 1.324 1.015 1.558
Cr(μmol/l) 0.027 0.008 10.679 0.001 1.373 0.958 1.989
Number of complications(n) 2.513 0.534 2.486 0.024 1.094 0.907 1.142
Val → Met 3.114 1.272 10.434 0.035 2.105 1.282 4.991
BDNF(pg/ml) −1.181 0.064 7.856 0.005 0.835 0.736 0.947
  1. These variables were tested by multiple step logistic regression analysis. HbA1c: glycosylated haemoglobin A1c , BMI: body mass index, SBP: systolic blood pressure, DBP: diastolic blood pressure, BUN: blood urea nitrogen, Cr: creatinine, UMA:urine micro- albumin, BDNF: Brain-derived neurotrophic factor.