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Table 3 Univariate analyses of the relationship between glycemic control and abnormal endothelial-independent and endothelial-dependent microvascular function

From: Coronary microvascular dysfunction is associated with poor glycemic control amongst female diabetics with chest pain and non-obstructive coronary artery disease

Odds ratio (95% confidence interval) Abnormal CFRAdn Ratio p value Abnormal %ΔCBFAch p value
Females
HbA1c (per unit change) 1.47 (1.02–2.13) 0.040 1.52 (1.02–2.27) 0.038
HbA1c > 7% 1.60 (0.59–4.38) 0.357 1.60 (0.58–4.41) 0.364
Glucose (per unit change) 1.02 (1.00–1.03) 0.035 1.01 (0.99–1.02) 0.312
Glucose > 140 mg/dL 3.36 (1.24–9.07) 0.017 1.60 (0.62–4.30) 0.340
Males
HbA1c (per unit change) 1.20 (0.84–1.72) 0.315 0.67 (0.46–1.00) 0.049
HbA1c > 7% 1.77 (0.47–6.62) 0.397 0.29 (0.08–1.03) 0.056
Glucose (per unit change) 1.00 (0.98–1.01) 0.527 0.99 (1.00–1.01) 0.111
Glucose > 140 mg/dL 1.37 (0.39–4.89) 0.625 0.39 (0.11–1.29) 0.125
  1. CFRAdn Ratio, coronary flow reserve ratio in response to adenosine; %ΔCBFAch, percentage change in coronary blood flow in response to acetylcholine