Table 2—

Neurological and vascular assessments of study subjects at baseline

C (n=22)D (n=51)DN (n=67)DU (n=34)DCh (n=17)
Autonomic E:I1.20 (1.17–1.30)1.14 (1.09–1.29)1.08 (1.04–1.15)1.04 (1.03–1.09)1.03 (1.01–1.04)
PPT (foot-dorsum)4 (4–4)4 (4–4)4 (4–4)4 (4–5)4 (4–6)
PPT (foot-plantar)4 (4–4)4 (4–4)5 (4–6)6 (5–6)6 (6–7)
VPT (hallux) (V)6 (4–9)13 (7–15)25 (17–32)29 (18–40)37 (32–48)
MNCV (m/s)49.2 (46.5–50.8)43.4 (41.4–45.2)36.7 (34.1–38.7)34.6 (30.8–40.2)31.0 (28.5–32.4)
TPT (°C)0.5 (0.5–0.5)0.5 (0.5–0.5)6.0 (0.5–10)8.5 (5.5–11.0)9.5 (7.5–11.0)
DP-pressure (mmHg)162 (137–170)151 (130–180)162 (140–190)166 (140–194)158 (121–200)
B-pressure (mmHg)134 (111–150)140 (124–150)150 (132–160)140 (132–159)142 (133–153)
ABPI1.16 (1.07–1.32)1.15 (1.06–1.23)1.15 (1.00–1.27)1.17 (1.03–1.27)1.12 (0.90–1.34)
Calcification [n (%)]0 (0)4 (7.8)14 (20.9)8 (23.5)1/14 (7.1)
TcpO2 (mmHg)57.5 (53.8–63)51.0 (42.0–56.0)49.0 (40.5–56.5)50.0 (41.0–60.0)52.5 (41.8–60.5)
TcpCO2 (mmHg)32.5 (23.5–39.3)32.0 (25.0–40.0)37.0 (29.0–41.0)35.0 (29.3–42.0)34.5 (32.3–39.0)
  • Data are median (interquartile range). DP-pressure, dorsalis pedis systolic blood pressure; B-pressure, brachial systolic blood pressure.