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Table 2 Patients’ characteristics

From: Novel unbiased equations to calculate triglyceride-rich lipoprotein cholesterol from routine non-fasting lipids

n   120
Age Years 67 (11)
Diabetes duration Years 16 (9)
Male: female % 63: 37
Smoking§   42-45-13
Body mass index kg.m-2 30.2 (5.6)
Waist circumference cm 106 (15)
Metabolic syndrome % 92
Hypertension % 89
Anti-dyslipidemic drug(s) % 92
Statin-fibrate-ezetimibe % 81-38-12
HbA1c % 7.79 (1.32)
HbA1c mmol.mol-1 62 (10)
Glomerular filtration rate mL.min-1 1.73 m2 73 (27)
Albuminuria μg.mg creatinine-1 90 (240)
Atherogenic dyslipidemia % 58
Total cholesterol mg.dL-1 172 (34)
Non-HDL-C mg.dL-1 127 (33)
LDL-C mg.dL-1 91 (26)
TRL-C mg.dL-1 36 (20)
TG mg.dL-1 197 (101)
log[TG] mg.dL-1 2.23 (0.20)
apoB100 mg.dL-1 89 (21)
apoA-I mg.dL-1 145 (25)
HDL-C mg.dL-1 44 (12)
log[TG]/HDL-C   0.057 (0.024)
TRL-C/apoA-I   0.28 (0.20)
Macroangiopathy % 33
Coronary artery disease % 23
Peripheral artery disease % 11
Transient ischemic attack/stroke % 7
  1. Results are expressed as means (1 SD) or proportions, with nonfasting lipids and lipoproteins values representing the means of Day 1 and Day 2. Apo apolipoprotein, C cholesterol, HbA 1c glycated haemoglobin, HDL high-density lipoprotein, LDL low-density lipoprotein, TG trigylycerides, TRL TG-rich lipoprotein; §never-former-current.