Table 2

Association between microalbuminuria and C-AD

Model*β95% CIP
C-AD total score10.330.16 to 0.51<0.001
20.210.04 to 0.380.016
30.16−0.01 to 0.330.067
C-ADmaneuvers10.340.15 to 0.530.001
20.17−0.01 to 0.350.061
30.12−0.07 to 0.300.209
C-ADBRS10.400.08 to 0.710.014
20.23−0.08 to 0.540.149
30.21−0.11 to 0.530.194
C-ADHRV10.310.12 to 0.510.001
20.220.03 to 0.410.025
30.16−0.04 to 0.350.110
C-ADparasympathetic10.450.22 to 0.69<0.001
20.280.05 to 0.510.017
30.23−0.01 to 0.460.055
C-ADsympathetic10.14−0.18 to 0.440.394
20.13−0.19 to 0.440.433
30.11−0.22 to 0.440.503
C-ADboth10.320.14 to 0.49<0.001
20.230.06 to 0.410.001
30.180.01 to 0.360.041
  • *Model 1: univariate analysis; model 2: adjusted for sex, age, and GTS; model 3: model 2 plus adjustments for hypertension, WHR, estimated glomerular filtration rate, LDL, HDL, triglycerides, smoking, and prior CVD.

  • †β indicates the difference in C-AD score between individuals with microalbuminuria vs. normoalbuminuria.