Journal of Diabetes Research / 2017 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Trajectories of Postload Plasma Glucose in the Development of Type 2 Diabetes in Japanese Adults

Table 1

Baseline characteristics of the subjects.

NonprogressorsProgressors

n1352112
Age (years)52 ± 753 ± 7
Sex (% male)6979
Body mass index (kg/m2)23.8 ± 3.125.2 ± 3.7
Fasting plasma glucose (mg/dL)95 ± 7108 ± 9
30 min plasma glucose (mg/dL)149 ± 29185 ± 29
1-hour plasma glucose (mg/dL)144 ± 41209 ± 32
2-hour plasma glucose (mg/dL)113 ± 25148 ± 31
Fasting insulin (mU/L)2.8/3.8/5.12.9/4.3/7.2
30 min insulin (mU/L)19.2/28.6/45.212.5/22.7/35.3
HbA1c (%)5.0/5.2/5.45.4/5.6/5.9
Insulinogenic index (n = 1389)0.30/0.50/0.880.14/0.24/0.43
HOMA index0.66/0.90/1.260.80/1.11/1.98
Current smokers (%)19.926.8
Drinkers (%)64.359.8
Antihypertensive medications (%)13.219.6
Lipid-lowering medications (%)6.88.0

Data are expressed as mean ± SD, 25/50/75th percentile value, or number (%). . HOMA: homeostasis model assessment of insulin resistance.

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