Additional file 1: of Gender-specific risk factors for gout: a systematic review of cohort studies

Table S1. The results of the quality appraisal of the included articles using the Newcastle-Ottawa Scale (NOS). Table S2. Risk estimates for developing gout based on age. Table S3. Risk estimates for developing gout based on ethnicity. Table S4. Risk estimates for developing gout based on diet. Table S5. Risk estimates for developing gout based on caffeine consumption. Table S6. Risk estimates for developing gout based on fructose consumption. Table S7. Risk estimates for developing gout based on vitamin C consumption. Table S8. Risk estimates for developing gout based on alcohol consumption. Table S9. Risk estimates for developing gout based on metabolic syndrome. Table S10. Risk estimates for developing gout based on body mass index (BMI). Table S11. Risk estimates for developing gout based on waist and chest circumference. Table S12. Risk estimates for developing gout based on waist-to-hip ratio. Table S13. Risk estimates for developing gout based on weight change. Table S14. Risk estimates for developing gout based on diabetes mellitus. Table S15. Risk estimates for developing gout based on dyslipidaemias. Table S16. Risk estimates for developing gout based on renal disease. Table S17. Risk estimates for developing gout based on hypertension. Table S18. Risk estimates for developing gout based on diuretic use. Table S19. Risk estimates for developing gout based on psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis (PsA). Table S20. Risk estimates for developing gout based on anti-diabetic medication. (DOCX 149 kb)