Table 3—

Characteristics compared between subjects with normal fasting glucose and abnormal fasting glucose in the Khagrachari study, 2002

NFGAFGP (NFG vs. AFG)
n1,05465
Age (years)39.15 ± 14.4748.08 ± 15.870.000
Height (cm)155.03 ± 8.52155.15 ± 8.710.908
Weight (kg)51.65 ± 10.8455.42 ± 12.150.007
Waist (cm)71.73 ± 10.3077.65 ± 11.080.000
Hip (cm)85.89 ± 7.9787.18 ± 9.870.210
BMI (kg/m2)21.37 ± 3.6422.92 ± 4.220.001
WHR0.8364 ± 0.0910.8937 ± 0.10140.000
WHTR0.4634 ± 0.0630.5016 ± 0.0670.000
Systolic blood pressure (mmHg)123.24 ± 18.05128.18 ± 19.270.032
Diastolic blood pressure (mmHg)80.42 ± 11.1584.70 ± 11.860.003
FPG (mmol/l)4.67 ± 0.9711.78 ± 5.650.000
TG (mg/dl)118.75 ± 58.68145.76 ± 76.310.000
Total cholesterol (mg/dl)126.52 ± 46.01143.24 ± 57.160.005
HDL cholesterol (mg/dl)36.32 ± 14.7235.74 ± 15.100.759
  • Data are means ± SD. P values are from after t test. AFG, abnormal fasting glucose (IFG + diabetes: FPG ≥6.1 mmol/l); NFG, normal fasting glucose (FPG ≤6.0 mmol/l); WHTR, waist-to-height ratio.