Mediators of Inflammation / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Systemic Inflammation Characterizes Lack of Metabolic Health in Nonobese HIV-Infected Men

Table 1

Demographic and clinical characteristics.

Percent or median (IQR)HIV (+) ()HIV (−) () value

Age (years)53 (48–59)55 (50–62)<0.001
Nonwhite race (%)41.532.60.01
High school education (%)21.514.90.02
Current smoking (%)25.721.60.17
BMI (kg/m2)25.7 (23.3–28.3)26.5 (24–29.9)0.001
Waist circumference94.5 (88–102)97 (90–107)0.001
Hypertension (%)48.644.10.21
Dyslipidemia (%)85.976.2<0.001
Diabetes mellitus (%)13.49.70.11
Metabolic syndrome (%)35.526.90.01
HCV coinfection (%)8.44.10.01
Time since HIV diagnosis (years)16.4 (8.5–25.7)
Most recent CD4+ T cell count (cells/μL)609 (449–793)
Nadir CD4+ T cell count (cells/μL)239 (134–324)
AIDS diagnosis (%)14.7

HCV: hepatitis C virus; IQR: interquartile range.

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