Table 2—

Estimated probabilities and risk differences between men and women for CVD risk factors not in control: the TRIAD Study, 2000–2001

With CVD
Without CVD
Estimated probability
Risk difference95% CIEstimated probability
Risk difference95% CI
MenWomenMenWomen
Unadjusted*
    SBP ≥140 mmHg39.847.3−7.5−11.2 to −3.740.142.8−2.7−5.3 to −0.1
    LDL ≥3.35 mmol/l20.828.1−7.310.9 to −3.627.729.8−2.1−4.8 to 0.7
    A1C ≥8%40.340.40.1−3.9 to 3.741.641.8−0.3−3.0 to 2.4
Multiple adjusted
    SBP ≥140 mmHg41.246.6−5.4−9.5 to −1.341.941.70.2−2.7 to 3.0
    LDL ≥3.35 mmol/l22.428.3−5.99.9 to −1.828.330.2−1.9−4.8 to 1.0
    A1C ≥8%40.739.31.4−2.8 to 5.643.041.91.1−1.9 to 4.0
  • Data are % unless otherwise indicated. History of CVD is defined by self-reported myocardial infarction, stroke, coronary artery bypass, or angioplasty. SBP data were available for 1,504 men and 1,279 women with a history of CVD and for 2,372 men and 3,265 women without a history CVD. LDL data were available for 1,267 men and 999 women with a history of CVD and for 1,934 men and 2,473 women without a history of CVD. A1C data were available for 1,454 men and 1,195 women with a history of CVD and for 2,294 men and 3,150 women without a history of CVD.

  • * Data are generated from a hierarchical logistic regression model, accounting for clustering within the health plan and controlled for the proportion of men in the health plans.

  • Data are generated from a hierarchical logistic regression model accounting for clustering within the health plan, controlled for the proportion of men in the health plans, and adjusted for age, race/ethnicity, income, educational level, hypoglycemic therapy (for SBP and LDL only), time since diabetes diagnosis, current smoking, and BMI.