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Table 9 Agreement and disparity among adverse pregnancy outcomes in four definitions of metabolic syndrome in pregnant women

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 0.1739 (0.0214–0.3264) <0.0001 Slight 100 71.4 13.3 100
NCEP ATP III vs Bartha 0.1739 (0.0214–0.3264) <0.0001 Slight 13.3 100 100 71.4
Bartha vs Chatzi 0.3798 (0.1095–0.6502) 0.0009 Considerable 100 87.9 26.7 100
Chatzi vs Bartha 0.3798 (0.1095–0.6502) 0.0009 Considerable 26.7 100 100 87.9
Bartha vs JIS 0.1344 (0.0121–0.2567) <0.0001 Slight 11.1 100 100 64.8
JIS vs Bartha 0.1344 (0.0121–0.2567) <0.0001 Slight 100 64.8 11.1 100
NCEP ATP III vs Chatzi 0.5215 (0.3364–0.7065) 0.0003 Moderate 93.3 80 46.7 98.5
Chatzi vs NCEP ATP III 0.5215 (0.3364–0.7065) 0.0003 Moderate 46.7 98.5 93.3 80
NECP ATP III vs JIS 0.8613 (0.7549–0.9677) 0.0143 Excellent 83.3 100 100 90.8
JIS vs NECP ATP III 0.8613 (0.7549–0.9677) 0.0143 Excellent 100 90.8 83.3 100
Chatzi vs JIS 0.4701 (0.3005–0.6397) <0.0001 Moderate 100 73.7 41.7 100
JIS vs Chatzi 0.4701 (0.3005–0.6397) <0.0001 Moderate 41.7 100 100 73.7