Journal of Diabetes Research / 2019 / Article / Tab 4

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Erratum to “Factors Associated with Long-Term Control of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus”

Table 4

Anthropometrics and HbA1c levels.

VariableCategories (%)HbA1c

Family provides help and supportLesser extent (a little) (26.4%)9.4.002
Greater extent (a lot) (73.6%)8.4
Physician-patient relationshipLesser extent (seldom) (14.2%)10.6<.001
Greater extent (often) (85.8%)8.5
Knowledge towards diabetesLesser extent (47.2%)8.9.020
Greater extent (52.8%)8.5
Confidence in ability to manage self-care behaviorsNot confident (55.2%)8.9.001
Confident (44.8%)8.5
Physical health<40 (19.8%)11.8<.001
40-50 (32.3%)9.12
>50 (47.9%)7.50
DepressionMajor depression (14.2%)11.3<.001
Atypical depression (21.9%)8.70
No depression (63.9%)7.85
Stressful life eventsHigh risk >300 (8.3%)11.8<.001
Moderate risk 150-300 (15.6%)8.90
Low risk <150 (76%)8.00
Blood pressure (BP) (mmHg)High blood pressure (44.1%)9.0.073
Normal blood pressure (55.9%)8.5
Body mass index (BMI) (kg/m2)Obese (46.5%)8.9.01
Overweight (37.2%)8.7
Normal weight (15.3%)7.9
Underweight (1%)6.3
Cholesterol (mg/dl)Blood (40.6%)9.2<.001
Blood (59.4%)8.1
High-density lipoprotein (HDL) (mg/dl), maleLow (55.2%)9.1<.001
High (44.8%)7.6
High-density lipoprotein (HDL) (mg/dl), femaleLow (65.7%)9.1.027
High (34.3%)7.8
Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) (mg/dl)High (68.8%)8.8.026
Low (31.2%)8.2
Triglyceride (TG) (mg/dl)High (40.3%)9.1<.01
Low (59.7%)8.4