Table 2

Associations between hs-CRP and relatively high 10-year CHD risk (≥10%) in hyperuricaemia population (n=517)

Quintiles of hs-CRP (mg/L)P for trend
1 (≤0.50)2 (0.51–0.90)3 (0.91–1.63)4 (1.64–3.04)5 (≥3.05)
Participants (n)10899106100104
Median hs-CRP (mg/L)0.340.691.212.116.12
Crude OR (95% CI)1.00 (reference)1.43
(0.78 to 2.63)
2.05
(1.14 to 3.67)
2.77
(1.54 to 4.98)
2.12
(1.18 to 3.80)
0.057
P values0.2450.0160.0010.012
Multivariable adjusted OR (95% CI)*1.00 (reference)1.40
(0.75 to 2.61)
2.05
(1.13 to 3.72)
2.69
(1.47 to 4.89)
2.10
(1.15 to 3.84)
0.068
P values0.2910.0190.0010.016
  • *Multivariable adjusted model was adjusted for BMI, educational background, alcohol drinking status, activity level, serum creatinine and diabetes.

  • BMI, body mass index; CHD, coronary heart disease; hs-CRP, hypersensitive C-reactive protein.