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Clinical Study

Influence of Helicobacter pylori Infection on Metabolic Syndrome in Old Chinese People

Table 1

Characteristics of study subjects according to the H. pylori infection.

VariablesH. pylori negative ()H. pylori positive () value

Age71.89 ± 11.0775.00 ± 10.800.055
Male, (%)74 (66.67)59 (73.75)0.295
SBP (mmHg)132.79 ± 13.33131.58 ± 14.190.547
DBP (mmHg)74.06 ± 8.2375.74 ± 9.660.200
BMI (kg/m2)23.10 ± 2.7424.31 ± 2.700.003
Metabolic syndrome, (%)42 (37.84)43 (53.75)0.001
Total cholesterol (mmol/L)4.22 ± 1.154.36 ± 0.880.383
Triglycerides (mmol/L)1.34 ± 0.811.21 ± 0.520.221
Fasting glucose (mmol/L)5.66 ± 1.406.20 ± 1.800.022
Creatinine (mol/L)101.54 ± 34.79100.65 ± 24.230.845
BUN (mmol/L)6.03 ± 2.266.27 ± 1.900.443
Hypertension, (%)32 (28.83)19 (23.75)0.435
Diabetes mellitus, (%)19 (17.12)21 (26.25)0.135

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