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Table 4 Linear regression on coronary artery calcium measured as log-transformed CAC scores above zero (n = 49)

From: Coronary artery calcium in patients with schizophrenia

Variables Univariate Multivariate
  Coeff
(95% CI)
Percent increase in CAC score (95% CI)a P-value Coeff
(95% CI)
Percent increase in CAC score (95% CI)a P-value
Age 0.06 (0.03–0.09) 15% (7–24%) < 0.001 0.07 (0.04–0.10) 16% (9–25%) < 0.001
Male sex −0.35 (−0.91–0.22) −55% (−88–164%) 0.222 −0.05 (−0.53–0.44) −11% (68–173%) 0.839
Dyslipidemia 0.08 (−0.60–0.76) 19% (−75–472%) 0.822 0.17 (− 0.40–0.73) 47% (−60–436%) 0.556
Diabetes 0.76 (0.20–1.33) 577% (57–2020%) 0.009 0.71 (0.23–1.20) 419% (68–1500%) 0.005
Smoking 0.05 (−0.55–1.25) 126% (−72–1695%) 0.434 0.55 (− 0.19–1.28) 250% (−35–1792%) 0.140
  1. aCalculated as inversing log of the coefficients from the linear regression of log-transformed CAC scores and subtracting 1.