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Table 5 Final models of multiple linear regression analyses

From: Neonatal body composition: crossectional study in healthy term singletons in Germany

Fat Mass [g]
Influencing FactorParameter Estimate95% Confidence Intervalpr2 final model
Intercept− 956.9− 1640 - -273.70.00620.146
Gender[male = 0, female = 1]51.4615.55–87.380.0051
Gestational age [weeks]25.948.970–42.910.0029
Parity[n]34.769.461–60.070.0073
Pre-pregnancy BMI[kg/m2]8.1894.162–12.22< 0.0001
Smoking[no = 0, yes = 1]−99.49− 185.3 - -13.710.0232
Fat Free Mass [g]
Intercept− 2084− 3438 - -7300.0270.260
Gender[male = 0, female = 1]− 175− 248.5 - -101.4< 0.0001
Gestational age [weeks]13096.4 to 164< 0.0001
Gestational weight gain category[0 = normal or excessive vs. 1 = insufficient]− 105− 195.5 - -14.350.0233
Fat Mass / Total Body Mass (BF%) [%]
Intercept4.0181.423–6.6120.00250.122
Gender[male = 0, female = 1]1.7780.8609–2.6950.0002
Parity[n]0.64110.0066–1.2760.0477
Pre-pregnancy BMI[kg/m2]0.19730.0945–0.3000.0002
Smoking[no = 0, yes = 1]−2.344−4.536 - -0.15120.0363