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Atherogenic Index of Plasma Predicts Hyperuricemia in Rural Population: A Cross-Sectional Study from Northeast China

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We aimed to determine the association of atherogenic index of plasma (AIP) with hyperuricemia (HUA) in the rural population of northeast China. This cross-sectional study was conducted in the rural areas of northeast China from January 2012 to August 2013, and the final analysis included data obtained form 5253 men and 6092 women. 1104 participants (9.7%) suffered from HUA. Spearman rank test showed that AIP was positively correlated with uric acid in both sexes (r = 0.310 for men and r = 0.347 for women, both p < 0.001). AIP was classified into three groups: the low (<0.11), the intermediate (0.11–0.21) and the increased (>0.21) risk. The prevalence of HUA increased with AIP. Multivariate logistic regression analysis showed that, compared to the low AIP group, participants in increased AIP group had a 2.536-fold risk for HUA (2.164-fold in male and 2.960-fold in female) after adjustment for covariates. Results of receiver operating characteristic curves showed that the area under the curve (95% confidence intervals) was 0.686 (0.665–0.707) for male and 0.730 (0.706–0.755) for female. We indicated that increased AIP was associated with higher serum uric acid levels and could be identified as an independent risk factor of HUA in the rural population of northeast China.

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Mentions: Then participants were classified into three groups according to AIP: low (<0.11), intermediate (0.11–0.21), and increased (>0.21) risk. Figure 2 showed the prevalence of HUA in the three groups of AIP. In males, the prevalence of HUA increased from 9.2% in the low AIP group to 25.8% in the increased AIP group; while in females, the prevalence of HUA increased from 3.3% in the low AIP group to 14.5% in the increased AIP group.


Atherogenic Index of Plasma Predicts Hyperuricemia in Rural Population: A Cross-Sectional Study from Northeast China
The prevalence of hyperuricemia in the three groups of AIP classified by sexes.
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ijerph-13-00879-f002: The prevalence of hyperuricemia in the three groups of AIP classified by sexes.
Mentions: Then participants were classified into three groups according to AIP: low (<0.11), intermediate (0.11–0.21), and increased (>0.21) risk. Figure 2 showed the prevalence of HUA in the three groups of AIP. In males, the prevalence of HUA increased from 9.2% in the low AIP group to 25.8% in the increased AIP group; while in females, the prevalence of HUA increased from 3.3% in the low AIP group to 14.5% in the increased AIP group.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

We aimed to determine the association of atherogenic index of plasma (AIP) with hyperuricemia (HUA) in the rural population of northeast China. This cross-sectional study was conducted in the rural areas of northeast China from January 2012 to August 2013, and the final analysis included data obtained form 5253 men and 6092 women. 1104 participants (9.7%) suffered from HUA. Spearman rank test showed that AIP was positively correlated with uric acid in both sexes (r = 0.310 for men and r = 0.347 for women, both p &lt; 0.001). AIP was classified into three groups: the low (&lt;0.11), the intermediate (0.11&ndash;0.21) and the increased (&gt;0.21) risk. The prevalence of HUA increased with AIP. Multivariate logistic regression analysis showed that, compared to the low AIP group, participants in increased AIP group had a 2.536-fold risk for HUA (2.164-fold in male and 2.960-fold in female) after adjustment for covariates. Results of receiver operating characteristic curves showed that the area under the curve (95% confidence intervals) was 0.686 (0.665&ndash;0.707) for male and 0.730 (0.706&ndash;0.755) for female. We indicated that increased AIP was associated with higher serum uric acid levels and could be identified as an independent risk factor of HUA in the rural population of northeast China.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus