Table 1—

Demographic and clinical variables

Control subjectsDiabetic subjectsNo hypoglycemiaAny hypoglycemia
n511084266
Age12.3 ± 2.712.6 ± 2.712.3 ± 2.412.8 ± 2.9
Sex [male/female (% male)]26/25 (52)62/46 (57)27/15 (64)35/31 (53)
Race [white/minority (% minority)]*43/7 (14)95/12 (11)37/7 (16)60/5 (8)
Handedness [right-handed/other (% right-handed)]50/1 (98)96/12 (89)37/5 (88)59/7 (89)
Parental education15.2 ± 2.215.0 ± 2.214.8 ± 2.515.2 ± 2.0
Duration of diabetes5.7 ± 2.94.1 ± 1.96.7 ± 3.0§
Age of onset6.9 ± 3.38.2 ± 2.96.1 ± 3.2§
Median A1C8.4 ± 1.08.2 ± 1.18.4 ± 0.8
Hyperglycemia exposure score0.0 ± 1.4−0.8 ± 1.20.5 ± 1.3§
  • Data are means ± SD unless otherwise indicated.

  • *

    * Not reported for two participants.

  • Significantly different from healthy control subjects; P < 0.05.

  • Not reported for five participants;

  • §

    § Any hypoglycemia significantly different from no hypoglycemia; P < 0.001.

  • Ten subjects with <30% coverage excluded.