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Table 3 Relations between risk factors and cervical cancer

From: Secondhand smoke exposure, diabetes, and high BMI are risk factors for uterine cervical cancer: a cross-sectional study from the Korea national health and nutrition examination survey (2010–2018)

   Univariate Multivariate
  ORa (95% CI) p Adjusted ORb (95% CI) p
Passive smoking Work place 0.595 (0.404–0.876) 0.009 0.603 (0.408–0.891) 0.011
Domestic 1.488 (1.002–2.207) 0.049 1.547 (1.042–2.297) 0.030
Public place 0.836 (0.513–1.365) 0.475   
Diabetes   2.369 (1.713–3.274) 0.000 2.156 (1.535–3.027) 0.000
BMI   1.056 (1.026–1.086) 0.000 1.036 (1.006–1.067) 0.020
Weekly work hours   0.992 (0.983–1.002) 0.100   
Working pattern Night shift 1.093 (0.644–1.857) 0.741   
Split shift 0.689 (0.042–11.234) 0.794   
  1. aOR calculated using logistic regression test, bAdjusted OR calculated using multiple logistic regression test
  2. CI confidence interval; DM diabetes mellitus; BMI body mass index; OR odd ratio