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Table 2 Factors Associated with Serum Triglyceride Level Using Stratification

From: Potentially modifiable blood triglyceride levels by the control of conventional risk factors

 Male (n = 1029)Female (n = 1643)
No. (%)TG levelNo. (%)TG level
BMI
 < 20(Underweight)63 (6.12)91.8264 (16.07)73.8
 20–23 (Standard weight)263 (25.56)109.4633 (38.53)86.5
 23–25 (Overweight)288 (27.99)141.4352 (21.42)100.9
 25–30 (Obesity)382 (37.12)165.3346 (21.06)126.7
 > 30 (Severe obesity)33 (3.21)220.548 (2.92)127.3
Age
 -29127 (12.34)143152 (9.25)78.1
 30–39360 (34.99)147.5633 (38.53)80.7
 40–49212 (20.60)140.6380 (23.13)89.4
 50–59154 (14.97)143.5250 (15.22)127.8
 60-176 (17.10)128.1228 (13.88)135.3
FBS (mg/dL)
 < 90352 (34.21)84.4905 (55.08)83.2
 90–100439 (42.66)93.9559 (34.02)93.6
 100–125211 (20.51)106.8163 (9.92)105.6
 > 12627 (2.62)15916 (0.97)159.6
Alcohol consumption (g/week)
 0182 (17.69)111.6684 (41.63)106.0
 < 20127 (12.34)135.3516 (31.41)92.4
 20–60188 (18.27)130.9256 (15.58)86.0
 0–160237 (23.03)141.3115 (7.00)91.4
 > 160295 (28.67)170.072 (4.38)97.3