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Table 3 Logistic regression analysis to identify significant risk factors for low-impact fractures in women

From: Could obesity be considered as risk factor for non-vertebral low-impact fractures?

  Model 1 Model 2
  OR 95% CI P OR 95% CI P
Age (years) 1.03 1.02–1.04 < 0.001 1.03 1.02–1.04 < 0.001
Premenopausal state 0.40 0.21–0.78 0.007 0.40 0.21–0.78 0.008
FHHF 4.18 3.46–5.06 < 0.001 4.21 3.48–5.09 < 0.001
Current use of HRT 1.16 0.89–1.52 0.25 1.16 0.89–1.52 0.25
White skin color 1.00 0.81–1.22 0.97 1.00 0.81–1.22 0.98
Current physical activity 1.00 0.84–1.21 0.92 1.00 0.83–1.20 0.92
Current smoking 1.15 0.86–1.54 0.32 1.16 0.87–1.55 0.30
Diabetes mellitus 1.30 0.98–1.73 0.06 1.32 0.98–1.72 0.06
T-score 0.58 0.53–0.63 < 0.001 0.58 0.53–0.63 < 0.001
BMI (continuous) 1.03 1.02–1.05 < 0.001    
BMI (categorical)
 Underweight     0.67 0.32–1.39 0.28
 Normal weight    
 Overweight     1.22 0.99–1.49 0.05
 Obesity     1.68 1.35–2.11 < 0.001
  1. BMI body mass index HRT hormone replacement therapy FHHF family history of hip fracture DM diabetes mellitus