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Table 1 Personal characteristics and CVD risk variables in mean (sd) for all patients and for women and men separately

From: High serum phosphate and triglyceride levels in smoking women and men with CVD risk and type 2 diabetes

Variable All participants N = 2504 Women N = 1408 Men N = 1096 Women vs. Men P-value
Age, yrs 50.4 (10.1) 50.1 (10.7) 50.8 (9.4) 0.073
BMI, kg/m2 31.2 (5.4) 31.5 (5.7) 30.7 (4.9) 0.000
Smokers, % 20.9 19.8 22.3 0.136
Type 2 diabetes, % 19.8 17.5 22.7 0.000
SBP, mmHg 147 (19) 145 (19) 148 (19) 0.000
DBP, mmHg 88 (11) 87 (12) 90 (11) 0.000
S-Glu, mmol/l 6.54 (3.23) 6.33 (3.02) 6.80 (3.48) 0.000
S-Chol, mmol/l 6.66 (1.41) 6.63 (1.39) 6.70 (1.44) 0.186
S-TG, mmol/l 2.46 (1.85) 2.18 (1.49) 2.81 (2.18) 0.000
S-Urate, mmol/l 340 (82) 316 (75) 371 (81) 0.000
S- Crea, mmol/l 82.4 (15.2) 76.2 (12.7) 90.2 (14.5) 0.000
S-Ca, mmol/l 2.34 (0.10) 2.35 (0.10) 2.34 (0.09) 0.000
S-Mg, mmol/l 0.83 (0.13) 0.83 (0.13) 0.84 (0.13) 0.019
S-P, mmol/l 1.02 (0.21) 1.05 (0.21) 0.98 (0.20) 0.000
  1. P-value for t-test of mean difference between men and women.