Racial/Ethnic Differences in Diabetes Screening and Hyperglycemia Among US Women After Gestational Diabetes
ORIGINAL RESEARCH — Volume 16 — October 24, 2019
Racial/ethnic differences in having been screened for diabetes at least once in the past 3 years, US women without diabetes (n = 496). Odds ratios were adjusted for all other variables in the figure. Error bars indicate 95% confidence intervals.
|Characteristic||Odds Ratio (95% Confidence Interval)|
|Non-Hispanic white||1 [Reference]|
|Non-Hispanic black||2.07 (1.13–3.81)|
|Family income-to-poverty ratio (per 1-unit increment)||1.27 (1.08–1.49)|
|Access to ≥1 location for health care||1 [Reference]|
|No access to routine place for health care||0.44 (0.22–0.90)|
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