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Table 3 The prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its components in the Indonesian and Dutch population

From: The prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its association with body fat distribution in middle-aged individuals from Indonesia and the Netherlands: a cross-sectional analysis of two population-based studies

 Indonesian (n = 10,575)Dutch (n = 6602)
TotalMenWomenTotalMenWomen
Metabolic syndrome39.0 (0.7)28.0 (0.9)46.2 (1.0)29.2 (0.7)36.2 (1.1)23.8 (0.9)
Abdominal obesity41.5 (0.8)16.8 (0.8)57.5 (1.0)40.0 (0.8)34.6 (1.0)44.2 (1.2)
Hyperglycemia51.0 (0.8)51.0 (1.0)50.9 (1.1)30.9 (0.8)40.5 (1.2)23.4 (1.0)
Hypertriglyceridemia27.1 (0.6)31.6 (1.0)24.2 (0.8)25.3 (0.7)34.9 (1.2)17.7 (0.8)
Low HDL-C38.7 (0.7)28.6 (0.8)45.3 (0.9)23.2 (0.7)27.1 (1.1)20.1 (0.9)
Hypertension61.3 (0.8)56.2 (1.0)64.6 (1.0)61.7 (0.9)70.0 (1.3)55.2 (1.3)
  1. Data were presented in % (SE). Results were based on analyses weighted towards geographical density across 33 provinces (in the Indonesian population) and towards a normal BMI distribution (in the Dutch population)