Mediators of Inflammation / 2014 / Article / Tab 5

Research Article

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

Table 5

Categorical analysis of odds ratios adjusted by age and sex.

NormalMildly elevatedModerately elevatedSeverely elevated

CD4+/Lym (%)OR0.6150.8242.371
CI0.185–2.0440.257–2.6360.784–7.173
0.4270.7440.126
Th1/CD4+ (%)OR2.0775.4519.503
CI0.523–8.2411.456–20.4132.500–36.116
0.2990.012*0.001**
Th17/CD4+ (%)OR0.6493.0004.584
CI0.167–2.5170.910–9.8921.402–14.983
0.5320.0710.012*
Th22/CD4+ (%)OR0.7132.6677.125
CI0.178–2.8580.771–9.2202.081–24.398
0.6330.1210.002**

CD4+ (#/ L)OR0.5331.1741.196
CI0.164–1.7350.389–3.5440.397–3.598
0.2960.7760.075
Th1 (#/ L)OR0.9422.5435.717
CI0.254–3.4890.758–8.5341.709–19.122
0.9280.1310.005**
Th17 (#/ L)OR1.5281.6653.900
CI0.454–5.1450.513–5.4001.217–12.495
0.4930.3960.022*
Th22 (#/ L)OR3.11368.002112.9
CI0.121–79.943.771–12336.192–2058
1.0000.000**0.000**

/Lym (%): percentage in total lymphocytes.
#/ L: absolute counts of corresponding Th cells per milliliter of peripheral blood.
*: statistically significant at level of .
**: statistically significant at level of .