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The purpose of this study is to explore the association between proximity to open space and adult renal function. This was a cross-sectional study. Adult residents of Taipei metropolis were recruited in the analysis. The proximity of each subject to open space was measured using the Geographic Information System. Residents were divided into two groups: with and without chronic kidney disease CKD.
We made univariable comparisons between the two groups. The logistic regression models were used to estimate the odds ratio of CKD. Forest plot was used to examine the effect of interaction between distance to open space and subgroup variable on CKD. A total number of 21, subjects with mean age Of the subjects, The mean and standard deviation of distance to open space were Every m distance to open space was associated with an odds ratio of 1.
Subgroup analysis revealed that residents of female, without hypertension, or without impaired fasting glucose IFG living more than m from open spaces have greater odds of CKD than those living less than m.
Conclusions: Proximity to open space was associated with a lower prevalence of CKD among adults in Taiwan. Such association was enhanced among females and healthy adults without hypertension or impaired fasting glucose IFG. It is well known that the ecosystem affects the well-being of humankind. However, urbanization is a global trend, especially in Asia.
Urban citizens living in artificial environments may lack the services providing by the ecosystem. Fortunately, open spaces can compensate for it.