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The Association of the Metabolic Syndrome with PAI-1 and t-PA Levels

Table 2

PAI-1 antigen levels (ng/mL) for the association of the metabolic syndrome and other covariates.

Median (IQR)Univariate modelsMultivariable model

Age at baseline<0.001<0.001
 <40 yrs51 (32, 89)
 40–60 yrs72 (42, 123)
 >60 yrs80 (47, 138)

Gender<0.001<0.001
 Male75 (46, 132)
 Female59 (34, 107)

BMI<0.001<0.001
 <25 kg/m2 (%)49 (31, 79)
 25–30 kg/m2 (%)80 (49, 143)
 >30 kg/m2 (%)115 (71, 189)

Smoking status<0.001<0.001
 Current/former70 (43, 126)
 Nonsmokers64 (37, 114)

C-reactive protein<0.0010.633
 ≥3.0 mg/L84 (45, 152)
 <3.0 mg/L63 (38, 109)

Urinary albumin excretion<0.0010.303
 <30 mg/24 h (%)66 (39, 116)
 30–300 mg/24 h (%)80 (48, 154)
 >300 mg/24 h (%)104 (68, 134)

Insulin levels<0.001<0.001
 <8 μU/mL (%)52 (34, 82)
 8–12 μU/mL (%)77 (44, 128)
 >12 μU/mL (%)114 (71, 181)

Metabolic syndrome<0.001<0.001
 Present126 (81, 194)
 Absent59 (36, 103)

PAI-1 levels were missing in 29 (1.2%) of subjects.

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