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Table 1 Baseline demographic, clinical and laboratory data of the studied population

From: The influence of demographic, social-educational determinants and diabetes management on agreement between glucometer and logbook and its impact on glycemic control in patients with type 1 diabetes: a follow-up study

Variable Value
N 158
Female, n (%) 79 (50.0)
Age, yeara 22 [19]
Duration of diabetes, year 9.0 [14.0]
Age at diagnosis, year 13.0 [10.0]
Time of follow-up, year 9.0 [15]
Years of study 10.0 [5.0]
Self-reported color-race, n (%)
 Caucasian 84 (53.2)
 Non-Caucasianb 74 (46.8)
Economic status, n (%)
 High 0
 Medium 31 (19.6)
 Low 114 (72.2)
 Very low 13 (8.2)
HbA1c (%) 9.0 [2.95]
HbA1c (mmol/mol) 75.41 [32.24]
Glucometer, yes n (%)c 87 (55.1)
Log-book, yes n (%)c 122 (77.2)
SMBG, yes n (%) 134 (84.8)
SMBG, n 3.0 [1.0]
Insulin dose, U/kg 0.8 ± 0.4
BMI 23.4 ± 4.9
Adherence to diet, yes n (%) 35 (22.2)
  1. Data are presented as number (percentage), median [interquartile range, IQR] or mean ± SD
  2. Y  year,SMBG self-monitoring blood glucose
  3. a20 children (12.7%), 39 adolescents (24.7%), 99 adults (62.7%)
  4. bAfrican-Brazilians, Mulattos, Asians, and Native Indians
  5. cNumber of patients who brought the glucometer and the logbook to the clinical appointment