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Table 5 Adjusted odds ratios between hemodynamic variables and diabetic complications

From: 24-hour central aortic systolic pressure and 24-hour central pulse pressure are related to diabetic complications in type 1 diabetes – a cross-sectional study

Complications Patients with disease/ without disease 24 h-CASP (1 SD = 14.2 mmHg) 24 h-CPP (1 SD = 10.7 mmHg) 24 h-SBP (1 SD = 15.6 mmHg)
Cardiovascular disease* n = 134/495 3.19 (1.68-6.05) 1.43 (1.01-2.02)§ 2.39 (1.32-4.33)§
Left ventricular hypertrophy n = 27/602 2.51 (0.98-6.45) 1.50 (0.98-2.30) 2.14 (0.92-5.01)
Retinopathy* n = 507/122 4.41 (2.03-9.57) 1.77 (1.17-2.68)§ 3.72 (1.85-7.47)
Autonomic dysfunction* n = 350/237 3.25 (1.65-6.41)§ 1.64 (1.12-2.639)§ 2.89 (1.54-5.42)§
  1. Values are odds ratios and 95% confidence intervals. Odds ratios are per 1 standard deviation (SD) increase in blood pressure.
  2. *Adjusted for gender, age, 24 h-MAP, 24 h-HR urinary albumin excretion rate, estimated glomerular filtration rate, HbA1c, smoking and antihypertensive treatment. 24 h-CASP is also adjusted for office CASP, 24 h-CPP for office CPP and 24 h-SBP for office SBP.
  3. Adjusted for gender, age and 24 h-MAP due to low frequency.
  4. p < 0.001, §p < 0.05