
Type 2 diabetes

Model 1

Model 2

Model 3



n (%)

OR[95% CI]

P

OR[95% CI]

P

OR[95% CI]

P


FVC
       

Q 1

23 (1.7)

2.15[1.024.57]

0.045

2.06[0.974.38]

0.061

1.93[0.904.12]

0.091

Q 2

16 (1.2)

1.60[0.723.54]

0.247

1.55[0.703.45]

0.279

1.47[0.663.28]

0.346

Q 3

15 (1.1)

1.50[0.673.36]

0.322

1.53[0.683.42]

0.305

1.51[0.673.41]

0.317

Q 4

10 (0.7)

1
 
1
 
1
 
P value

0.142^{*}
      
FEV_{1}
       
Q 1

24 (1.8)

2.19[1.094.42]

0.028

2.06[1.024.17]

0.044

1.87[0.923.80]

0.084

Q 2

14 (1.0)

1.30[0.602.83]

0.508

1.25[0.572.72]

0.581

1.17[0.532.57]

0.694

Q 3

14 (1.0)

1.23[0.562.66]

0.608

1.23[0.562.68]

0.602

1.19[0.542.60]

0.665

Q 4

12 (0.9)

1
 
1
 
1
 
P value

0.135^{*}
      
 ^{*}P value was obtained from Chisquare tests for the comparison of incident diabetes among quartiles of FVC (% predicted) and FEV_{1} (% predicted).
 Model 1 was adjusted for age and BMI.
 Model 2 was adjusted as in model 1 plus education, smoking, exercise, alcohol and insulin.
 Model 3 was adjusted as in model 1 plus education, smoking, exercise, alcohol, HOMAIR, TC, TG, and HDLC.
 FEV1, forced expiratory volume in one second; FVC, forced vital capacity; OR, odds ratio; CI, confidence interval; BMI, body mass index; HOMAIR, homeostasis model assessment – insulin resistance; TC, total cholesterol; TG, triglyceride; HDLC, highdensity lipoprotein cholesterol.