Table 2—

Logistic regression analyses for risk factors associated with the various categories of PTDM compared with N-PTDM7

VariablesNo. of patientsP-PTDM
L-PTDM
T-PTDM
Crude OR*Adjusted ORCrude OR*Adjusted ORCrude OR*Adjusted OR
n18
9
12
Age (years) at transplantation
    <40511.01.01.01.01.01.0
    ≥40267.5 (2.1–26.2)6.9 (1.9–25.7)1.9 (0.4–9.2)1.9 (0.4–9.3)1.3 (0.3–5.7)1.3 (0.3–6.1)
Sex
    Male501.01.01.01.01.01.0
    Female274.4 (1.3–14.5)3.9 (1.1–14.7)0.8 (0.1–4.5)0.8 (0.1–4.5)1.4 (0.4–5.7)1.4 (0.4–5.9)
Family history of diabetes
    No571.01.01.01.01.01.0
    Yes203.0 (0.9–10.1)3.0 (0.7–12.6)0.5 (0.1–4.3)0.4 (0.0–4.0)1.3 (0.3–5.7)1.3 (0.3–5.9)
Calcineurin inhibitor
    CsA581.01.01.01.001.01.0
    Tacrolimus193.4 (0.9–12.3)3.9 (0.8–19.1)1.5 (0.3–9.2)1.4 (0.2–8.6)2.7 (0.6–11.8)2.8 (0.6–13.0)
BMI (kg/m2) at 1 year
    <25631.01.01.01.01.01.0
    ≥25144.3 (1.0–17.7)2.1 (0.4–10.8)6.8 (1.3–36.3)7.4 (1.2–46.7)NANA
FPG (mmol/l) at 1 year
    <5.6481.01.01.01.01.01.0
    ≥5.62918.7 (4.5–76.6)32.1 (4.6–223.2)6.7 (1.4–32.3)6.3 (1.3–31.5)2.7 (0.6–11.8)2.6 (0.6–11.6)
  • Data are expressed as OR (95% CI). Three logistic regression analyses included patients with P-PTDM vs. N-PTDM7 (n = 56), L-PTDM vs. N-PTDM7 (n = 47), and T-PTDM vs. N-PTDM7 (n = 50), respectively.

  • *

    * Unadjusted, univariate logistic regression analysis,

  • age- and sex-adjusted logistic regression analysis,

  • family history of diabetes in a first-degree relative. NA, not applicable.