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Table 5 Sensitivity analysis result for participants who did not have gestational diabetes

From: The risk of diabetes after giving birth to a macrosomic infant: data from the NHANES cohort

Variable AOR (95% CI) AHR (95% CI)
Macrosomia 1.24 (1.03–1.49)* 1.83 (1.63–2.07)*
Age
 20–44 years 1.00  
 45–64 years 3.63 (3.09–4.27)***  
  ≥ 65 years 7.89 (6.60–9.42)***  
Race/Ethnicity
 Non-Hispanic White 1.00 1.00
 Non-Hispanic Black 1.29 (1.09–1.52)** 1.53 (1.36–1.73)***
 Mexican 1.88 (1.56–2.26)*** 2.28 (2.00–2.60)***
 Other Hispanic 1.43 (1.36–1.72)*** 1.72 (1.49–1.98)***
 Other 1.76 (1.36–2.28)*** 1.90 (1.60–2.26)***
Obesity
 Underweight/Normal 1.00 1.00
 Overweight 1.69 (1.40–2.04)*** 1.49 (1.27–1.74)***
 Obese 3.50 (2.96–4.13)*** 3.16 (2.71–3.69)***
Parity
 Primiparous 1.00 1.00
 Multiparous 0.93 (0.76–1.14) 0.79 (0.67–0.92)**
  1. AOR Adjusted odds ratio, AHR Adjusted Hazard Ratio, CI Confidence Interval
  2. *P ≤ 0.05. **P < 0.01. ***P < 0.001. Multivariable logistic regression and Cox proportional hazard regression were conducted adjusting for the complex sampling design. In the Cox proportional regression, macrosomia and gestational diabetes were time-dependent variables