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Research Article

Detecting Prediabetes and Diabetes: Agreement between Fasting Plasma Glucose and Oral Glucose Tolerance Test in Thai Adults

Table 4

Sensitivity and specificity for detecting prediabetes and diabetes by FPG and OGTT stratified by selected factors.

Prediabetes by FPG Prediabetes by OGTT Diabetes by FPG Diabetes by OGTT
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Sensitivity (%)Specificity (%)Sensitivity (%)Specificity (%)Sensitivity (%)Specificity (%)Sensitivity (%)Specificity (%)

All cases53.710081.110045.410093.0100
Sex
 Men62.010075.210045.310089.7100
 Women51.210082.810045.410094.3100
Age group (yr)
 20–<4548.410082.310046.510093.5100
 45–<6054.410079.810044.110092.8100
 ≥6060.910083.610050.510093.8100
Hypertension
 Yes54.510081.810036.710096.2100
 No53.510080.810048.910091.7100
Family history of diabetes
 Yes60.210075.810035.710094.2100
 No47.710080.510043.810094.2100
BMI (kg/m2)
 <2552.010078.810043.410092.6100
 25–<3053.210081.910043.410093.1100
 ≥3056.710083.610045.910094.6100

Cut-off point for detecting prediabetes by FPG at 100 mg/dL and by OGTT at 140 mg/dL; cut-off point for detecting diabetes by FPG at 126 mg/dL and by OGTT at 200 mg/dL.

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