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Table 4 Regression analysis of log-stroke mortality in the latest available three years in the group aged 4554 years with HDI in 1960 and HDI in 1999 (Unadjusted and Adjusted Models)

From: Worldwide socioeconomic status and stroke mortality: an ecological study

HDI and confounding variables Stroke mortality* (men) Stroke mortality* (women)
RC P AdjustedR2 RC P AdjustedR2
Unadjusted model HDI in 1960 0.917 0.000 0.357 0.855 0.000 0.353
Adjusted models** HDI in 1960+       
SBP −1.147 0.000 0.446 −1.023 0.000 0.444
HPT −1.163 0.000 0.629 −1.039 0.005 0.443
SMK −0.784 0.001 0.380 −0.945 0.000 0.349
Obese −1.440 0.000 0.518 −1.057 0.001 0.439
ALC −1.071 0.000 0.370 −0.906 0.000 0.360
SF −0.910 0.001 0.367 −0.807 0.001 0.411
Unadjusted model HDI in 1999 2. 113 0. 001 0. 336 2. 424 0. 000 0. 516
Adjusted models** HDI in 1999+       
SBP −2.794 0.000 0.412 −2.945 0.000 0.640
HPT −2.190 0.017 0.314 −2.964 0.000 0.670
SMK −1.831 0.000 0.400 −2.411 0.000 0.503
Obese −4.018 0.000 0.625 −3.623 0.000 0.663
ALC −2.561 0.000 0.348 −2.765 0.000 0.527
SF −1.912 0.002 0.325 −2.203 0.000 0.519
  1. RC regression coefficient.
  2. SBP mean adult SBP in 2002.
  3. OB adults (≥ 15 years) who are obese (%) in the latest available year.
  4. HPT the latest available hypertension prevalence.
  5. SMK the latest available adult smoking prevalence.
  6. SF saturated fat (/capita/year (kg)) intake in 1999.
  7. ALC per capita alcohol consumption (> 15 years) (in litres of pure alcohol) in 2000–2001.
  8. * Per 100,000 per year (Ln).
  9. ** Adjusted model: each adjustment only adjusted for one confounding variable.