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Table 8 Agreement and disagreement among metabolic syndrome definitions in pregnant women with metabolic syndrome and the diagnostic criteria according to each definition

From: Prevalence of metabolic syndrome in non-diabetic, pregnant Angolan women according to four diagnostic criteria and its effects on adverse perinatal outcomes

Definitions Concordance Diagnostic accuracy (%)
k-value (95 % CI) p value Agreement Sensitivity Specificity PPV NPV
Bartha vs NCEP ATP III 0.0841 (0.0390–0.1293) <0.0001 Poor 100 72.1 6.1 100
NCEP ATP III vs Bartha 0.0841 (0.0390–0.1293) <0.0001 Poor 6.1 100 100 72.1
Bartha vs Chatzi 0.2232 (0.1172–0.3292) <0.0001 Considerable 100 88.9 14.1 100
Chatzi vs Bartha 0.2232 (0.1172–0.3292) <0.0001 Considerable 14.1 100 100 88.9
Bartha vs JIS 0.0608 (0.0275–0.0941) <0.0001 Poor 100 64.6 4.9 100
JIS vs Bartha 0.0608 (0.0275–0.0941) <0.0001 Poor 4.9 100 100 100
NECP ATP III vs JIS 0.8332 (0.7894–0.8771) <0.0001 Excellent 100 89.5 79.8 100
JIS vs NECP ATP III 0.8332 (0.7894–0.8771) <0.0001 Excellent 79.8 100 100 89.5
NCEP ATP III vs Chatzi 0.4320 (0.3076–0.5064) <0.0001 Moderate 38.1 97.9 88.2 79.3
Chatzi vs NCEP ATP III 0.4320 (0.3076–0.5064) <0.0001 Moderate 88.2 79.3 38.1 97.9
Chatzi vs JIS 0.4036 (0.3389–0.4684) <0.0001 Considerable 100 72.5 34.4 100
JIS vs Chatzi 0.4036 (0.3389–0.4684) <0.0001 Considerable 34.4 100 100 72.5