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Table 1 Dose-response relationships of sedentary time with all-cause mortality assessed using random-effects meta-regression models

From: A cut-off of daily sedentary time and all-cause mortality in adults: a meta-regression analysis involving more than 1 million participants

Models Number of ES Coefficients (SE) t p value
Model 1 57    
 Sedentary time   0.03 (0.01) 4.92 < 0.001
Model 2 57    
 Sedentary time   0.03 (0.01) 5.08 < 0.001
 Measurement (device-based = 1)   0.11 (0.05) 2.39 0.03
Model 3 (subjective measures) 36    
 Sedentary time   0.03 (0.01) 5.09 < 0.001
Model 4 (device-based measures) 21    
 Sedentary time   0.09 (0.03) 3.04 0.001
Model 5 (sensitivity analysis) 57    
 Sedentary time   0.03 (0.005) 6.21 < 0.001
 Measurement (device-based = 1)   0.09 (0.04) 2.19 0.03
 Follow-up (5–9 vs. < 5 years)   −0.09 (0.04) −2.16 0.04
 Follow-up (10+ vs. < 5 years)   −0.16 (0.04) −3.88 < 0.001
  1. ES effect size, SE standard error
  2. To test for moderation effects, the interaction term (sedentary time × measurement [device-based vs. subjective measure]) was further added into Model 2 (p = 0.02) and Model 5 (p = 0.01)
  3. t Knapp-Hartung method