International Journal of Endocrinology / 2019 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Assessment of Iodine Status among Pregnant Women and Neonates Using Neonatal Thyrotropin (TSH) in Mainland China after the Introduction of New Revised Universal Salt Iodisation (USI) in 2012: A Re-Emergence of Iodine Deficiency?

Table 1

Sociodemographic characteristics and biochemical results of participants by trimesters.

Trimesters valueTotal (n = 3060)
1st (n = 1183)2nd (n = 1729)3rd (n = 148)

Age (years)28.5 ± 4.028.2 ± 4.127.2 ± 4.00.00128.3 ± 4.1
Weeks of gestation at recruitment11.8 ± 2.117.2 ± 3.232.9 ± 3.3<0.00115.9 ± 5.4
TSH (mIU/L)1.76 ± 3.351.94 ± 1.732.14 ± 1.410.0691.88 ± 2.48
FT3 (pmol/L)4.64 ± 1.084.43 ± 1.744.03 ± 1.43<0.0014.49 ± 1.51
FT4 (pmol/L)16.90 ± 3.6715.44 ± 5.4213.51 ± 2.84<0.00115.91 ± 4.79

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