Table 1—

Number of diabetic case subjects and IRs per 1,000 person-years, stratified by age and sex

Patients with Parkinson's disease diagnosis
Patients without Parkinson's disease
IRR (95% CI)
nPerson-yearsIR (95% CI)nPerson-yearsIR (95% CI)
All3511,307.43.10 (2.23–4.30)7112,679.15.60 (4.44–7.06)0.55 (0.38–0.81)*
Men236,605.63.48 (2.32–5.22)427,327.05.73 (4.24–7.74)0.61 (0.38–0.99)
Women124,701.92.55 (1.46–4.46)295,352.15.42 (3.78–7.77)0.47 (0.26–0.87)
Age (years)
    40–49125.5122.0
    50–592752.82.66 (0.73–9.63)9738.412.19 (6.43–23.00)0.22 (0.07–0.71)§
    60–69102,331.94.29 (2.33–7.88)142,365.35.92 (3.53–9.91)0.73 (0.33–1.61)§
    70–79144,480.73.12 (1.86–5.24)284,899.25.72 (3.96–8.25)0.55 (0.30–1.00)§
    ≥8093,616.52.49 (1.31–4.72)204,554.34.39 (2.84–6.77)0.57 (0.27–1.18)§
  • * Compared with all patients without Parkinson's disease.

  • Compared with male patients without Parkinson's disease.

  • Compared with female patients without Parkinson's disease.

  • § Compared with control subjects of the same age-group.