Mediators of Inflammation / 2014 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Increased Peripheral Proinflammatory T Helper Subsets Contribute to Cardiovascular Complications in Diabetic Patients

Table 1

Demographic characteristics of subjects.

Non-CHDCHD

4267
Age (year)56.79 ± 14.97861.48 ± 12.730.096
Sex (M/F)19/2339/280.190
Duration (year)10.10 ± 8.0911.44 ± 7.500.387
BMI (kg/m2)25.00 ± 4.7325.94 ± 4.720.314
Lymphocyte (109/L)1.76 ± 0.482.03 ± 0.890.041*
TG (mmol/L)2.02 ± 1.912.05 ± 1.430.937
LDL-L (mmol/L)2.59 ± 0.713.35 ± 0.920.000**
HDL-L (mmol/L)1.22 ± 0.281.14 ± 0.240.134
T-Cho (mmol/L)4.69 ± 1.015.24 ± 1.160.010*
CD4+ (%)37.83 ± 8.3038.42 ± 10.280.743
CRP (mg/L)2.27 ± 2.345.61 ± 4.210.000**
ln (HOMA-IR)0.66 ± 0.811.39 ± 0.640.000**

BMI: body mass index; non-CHD: patients with type 2 diabettes but without CHD; CHD: patients with type 2 diabetes and CHD; CRP: C-reactive protein; HDL-C: high-density lipoprotein cholesterol; LDL-C: low-density lipoprotein cholesterol; T-Cho: total cholesterol; TG: total triglycerides.
*Statistically significant at level of .
**Statistically significant at level of .