Table 2—

Lipid levels in nondiabetic control youth and youth with type 1 diabetes with optimal (A1C <7.5%) and suboptimal (A1C ≥7.5%) glycemic control

VariableType 1, A1C <7.5%P value*ControlP valueType 1, A1C ≥7.5%
164188348
Cholesterol (mg/dl)155.6 (151.0–160.3)0.8156.2 (152.0–160.5)<0.0001169.8 (165.8–174.0)
LDL cholesterol (mg/dl)91.2 (87.3–95.3)0.791.9 (88.3–95.6)0.0003100.1 (96.9–103.5)
Triglyceride (mg/dl)62.8 (58.5–67.3)<0.000181.2 (75.5–87.40.276.6 (71.8–81.7)
HDL cholesterol (mg/dl)50.6 (48.7–52.5)<0.000146.1 (44.4–47.7)<0.000152.3 (50.8–53.8)
Non–HDL cholesterol (mg/dl)104.5 (100.4–108.8)0.07109.4 (105.4–113.5)0.006116.5 (112.7–120.4)
Triglyceride-to–HDL cholesterol ratio1.45 (1.29–1.60)<0.00012.10 (1.89–2.31)0.92.14 (1.73–2.55)
ApoB (mg/dl)69.1 (65.9–72.5)<0.000154.3 (52.0–56.7)<0.000176.9 (74.1–79.9)
LDL (Rf)0.283 (0.280–0.286)0.40.282 (0.279–0.285)<0.0010.275 (0.272–0.278)
  • Data are adjusted means (95% CI).

  • *

    * Type 1 diabetes and A1C <7.5 versus control.

  • Type 1 diabetes and A1C ≥7.5 versus control.