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Table 1 Demographic, anthropometric and laboratorial data, according to presence of overweight (n = 74) or insulin resistance (n = 18)

From: Comparison of adipokines in a cross-sectional study with healthy overweight, insulin-sensitive and healthy lean, insulin-resistant subjects, assisted by a family doctor primary care program

  OW(+)IR(−) OW(−)IR(+) p value
Gender 1,000
 Female 49 (66.2) 12 (66.7)  
 Male 25 (33.8) 6 (36.8)  
Age <0.001
<20 years 1 (1.4) 7 (38.9)  
 20–29 17 (23.0) 4 (22.2)  
 30–39 19 (25.7) 1 (5.6)  
 40–49 28 (37.8) 3 (16.7)  
 50–59 7 (9.5) 3 (16.7)  
 60 ou+ 2 (2.7) 0 (5.3)  
Skin color 0.016
 Black or mulatto 59 (78.7) 9 (50.0)  
 White 15 (20.3) 9 (50.0)  
Total cholesterol 0.276
 <200 mg/dL 46 (62.2) 14 (77.8)  
 ≥200 mg/dL 28 (37.8) 4 (22.2)  
HDL-Ca 0.603
 Normal 39 (52.7) 11 (61.1)  
 Elevated 35 (47.3) 7 (38.9)  
Triglycerides 0.404
 <150 mg/dL 67 (90.5) 15 (83.3)  
 ≥150 mg/dL 7 (9.5) 3 (16.7)  
Uric acidb 0.251
 Normal 71 (95.9) 15 (88.9)  
 Elevated 3 (4.1) 2 (11.1)  
Blood pressure 0. 529
 Normal 59 (79.7) 13 (72.2)  
 Hypertension 15 (20.3) 5 (27.8)  
Abdominal circumference 0.027
 Normal 45 (60.8) 16 (88.9)  
 High-risk 29 (39.2) 2 (11.1)  
  1. a Normal HDL-C: ≥40 mg/dL for men or ≥50 mg/dL for women
  2. b Elevated Uric Acid: >6.8 mg/dL for men and >6 mg/dL for women
  3. Variables wtih p values <0.150 were selected for logistic binary modeling
  4. Statistical significance was considered as p < 0.05 (in italics)