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Table 4 Age and clinical and biochemical characteristics in patients grouped according to the status of helicobacter pylori infection

From: Helicobacter pylori infection is associated with decreased serum levels of high density lipoprotein, but not with the severity of coronary atherosclerosis

Variables Helicobacter pylori negative (n = 365) Helicobacter pylori positive(n = 596) T or Z P
Age (year) 64.00 (55.00-71.00) 62.50 (53.25-70.00) -1.245 0.213
BMI (Kg/M2) 25.15 ± 3.03 24.79 ± 3.15 1.697 0.090
SBP (mmHg) 130.00 (120.00-140.00) 13000 (120.00-145.00) -0.265 0.791
DBP (mmHg) 80.00 (70.00-85.00) 80.00 (70.00-85.00) -1.384 0.166
Cholesterol (mmol/L) 4.10(3.51-4.61) 4.05(3.49-4.58) -0.504 0.614
Triglyceride (mmol/L) 1.40(0.98-2.01) 1.42(1.01-2.06) -0.370 0.711
Glucose (mmol/L) 4.77(4.32-5.56) 4.77(4.37-5.43) -0.011 0.991
HDL-c (mmol/L) 1.02(0.86-1.19) 0.97(0.83-1.13) -2.494 0.013
LDL-c (mmol/L) 2.32(1.87-2.84) 2.37(1.93-2.84) -1.148 0.251
Leukocyte count (109/L) 6.20(5.18-7.93) 6.30(5.30-8.00) -0.812 0.417
Neutrophil count (109/L) 3.70(2.90-5.10) 3.83(3.00-5.20) -0.870 0.384
Gender(M/F) 271/94 440/156 0.021 0.885
vessel score 1.00(0.00-2.00) 1.00(0.00-2.00) -0.118 0.906
Gensini's Score 20.00(2.00-60.00) 20.50(2.00-57.00) -0.120 0.905