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Table 4 Relationships between glycemic variability and oral disposition index in subjects with different stages of glucose tolerance

From: Glycemic variability in relation to oral disposition index in the subjects with different stages of glucose tolerance

  NGR IGM DM2h DM Total
  r p r p r p r p r p
SD −0.29 0.048 −0.38 0.006 −0.36 0.005 −0.45 <0.001 −0.66 <0.001
MBG −0.56 <0.001 −0.35 0.012 −0.42 0.001 −0.40 0.001 −0.66 <0.001
HBGI −0.30 0.043 −0.32 0.023 −0.47 <0.001 −0.47 <0.001 −0.72 <0.001
CONGA1 −0.47 0.001 −0.34 0.015 −0.43 0.001 −0.32 0.014 −0.59 <0.001
MODD −0.33 0.022 −0.48 <0.001 −0.30 0.018 −0.41 0.001 −0.61 <0.001
MAGE −0.55 <0.001 −0.41 0.003 −0.34 0.007 −0.40 0.002 −0.65 <0.001
  1. HBGI and oral disposition index were ln-transformed.
  2. NGR normal glucose regulation, IGM impaired glucose metabolism, DM2h, screen-diagnosed diabetes by isolated 2-h glucose, DM newly diagnosed diabetes by both fasting and 2-h glucose, SD standard deviation of blood glucose, MBG mean of blood glucose, HBGI high blood glucose index, CONGA1 continuous overlapping net glycemic action calculated every 1 h, MODD mean of daily differences, MAGE mean amplitude of glycemic excursions.