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Table 4 Associations with HDL-cholesterol in 171 patients with T1D

From: Lower HDL-cholesterol, a known marker of cardiovascular risk, was associated with depression in type 1 diabetes: a cross sectional study

  HDL-cholesterol
N = 171
Unstandardized B coefficients P a
Gender (women) 0.130 0.005
Age (year) 0.008 < 0.001
Diabetes duration (year) b
Depression (HADS-D ≥ 8p) −0.146 0.045
High HbA1c (> 70 mmol/mol) −0.050 0.87
Total cholesterol (mmol/l) 0.144 < 0.001
Triglycerides (mmol/l) −0.154 < 0.001
LDL-cholesterol b (mmol/l)
Hs-CRP c (mg/l) −0.034 0.021
Abdominal obesity b, d
BMI e (kg/m2) −0.049 0.760
SBP b (mm Hg)
DBP b (mm Hg)
Hypoglycemia b
Smoking f −0.079 0.98
Physical inactivity b, f (< 0.5 h/week)
Physical activity b, f (4 levels)
Antidepressants b
LLD b
AHD b
Insulin and OAD b
  1. aMultiple linear regression (backward). R Square 0.340. b P > 0.10 in single linear regression. Missing variables: c n = 117; d n = 8; e n = 2; f n = 17