Associations between plasma EPA and DHA proportions and 4-y incident dementia in the Bordeaux sample of the Three-City study (N=1,214), 1999-2004, published in (Samieri et al, 2008)
|Risk of dementia|
|Model 11||Model 22|
|Plasma fatty acids||HR||95% CI||P||HR||95% CI||P|
|for 1 SD of plasma proportion||0.69||0.48, 0.98||0.04||0.69||0.48, 0.98||0.04|
|Depressive status||-||-||-||2.16||1.08, 4.34||0.03|
|for 1 SD of plasma proportion||0.84||0.63, 1.11||0.21||0.83||0.62, 1.10||0.19|
|Depressive status||-||-||-||2.22||1.10, 4.46||0.03|
Cox proportional hazard models with delayed entry taking age as a time scale and adjusted for education (in four levels), ApoE4 allele, diabetes, plasma triacylglycerides, plasma vitamin E.
Abbreviations: EPA: eicosapentaenoic acid; DHA: docosahexaenoic acid; HR: Hazard Ratio; SD: Standard Deviation.
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