Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 6

Research Article

Repetition of Prediabetes Enhances the Risk of Developing Diabetes

Table 6

Comorbidities of the excluded subjects.

(1) AnemiaHb (g/dL)FPG (mg/dL)HbA1c (%)PD3DM
Iron deficiency (M)1211.2-13.883-1054.7-5.932
Iron deficiency (F)719.7-11.370-1224.4-6.1811
Hemolytic (M)112.1-13.3103-1185.6-5.810
Renal (M)110.9-12.085-995.6-5.800

(2) OthersMedicationFPG (mg/dL)HbA1c (%)PD3DM
SLE (F)2PSL 5 mg92-985.5-5.811
IgA retinopathy (F)1PSL102-1135.9-6.110
HES (M)1PSL 10 mg96-1015.1-5.200
Pancreatectomy (F)1 92-1095.9-6.111

Dose unknown. Hb: hemoglobin; FPG: fasting plasma glucose; PD3: subclassification of prediabetes in this study; DM: diabetes mellitus; (M): male; (F): female; SLE: systemic lupus erythematosus; HES: hypereosinophilic syndrome; PSL: prednisolone. Values of Hb, FPG, and HbA1c imply the lowest datum (average of the lowest data in the case of multiple) to the highest datum (average of the highest data in the case of multiple) during the entry period.

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