Table 3

Multivariable linear regression model 1–model 2–model 3 comparison.

Model 1 (RFM)Model 2 (BFP)Model 3 (BMI)
β coefficient95% CIP valueβ coefficient95% CIP valueβ coefficient95% CIP value
Age (54–70)1.830.29 to 3.370.022.140.60 to 3.670.0062.250.71 to 3.790.004
Gender (male)−1.69−4.15 to 0.760.170.53−1.53 to 2.610.610.41−1.69 to 2.540.7
HB (11.5–14.4)−2.12−3.70 to −0.530.009−2.43-4.03 to 0.840.003−2.45-4.05 to 0.860.002
CR (0.69–1.0)−0.72−1.76 to 0.320.17−0.78−1.83 to 0.260.38−0.77−1.83 to 0.270.14
HT0.92−1.09 to 2.950.361.0−1.04 to 3.050.331.04−1.01 to 3.090.31
DM3.721.67 to 5.760.0044.011.96 to 6.07<0.0014.132.07 to 6.19<0.001
Smoking2.950.92 to 4.980.042.810.74 to 4.890.0082.960.88 to 5.050.005
HL0.65−1.51 to 2.810.550.79−1.38 to 2.970.470.79−1.39 to 2.980.47
RFM (28.9–39.5)2.310.90 to 3.710.001
BFP (33.7–42.2)1.21−0.07 to 2.490.06
BMI (26–32.7)0.68−0.65 to 1.990.32
  • BFP, body fat percentage; BMI, body mass index; CR, creatinine; DM, diabetes mellitus; HB, haemoglobin; HL, hyperlipidaemia; HT, hypertension; RFM, relative fat mass.