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Table 1 Comparison of clinical features between two groups

From: Determination of optimal cut-off points after a high-fat meal corresponding to fasting elevations of triglyceride and remnant cholesterol in Chinese subjects

 CHD
(n = 60)
CON
(n = 30)
P value
Age (y)52.22 ± 7.2749.40 ± 11.25NS
Gender (M/F)42/1821/9NS
BMI (Kg/m2)24.47 ± 2.2623.91 ± 2.75NS
Overweight [n(%)]35 (58.33)12 (40.00)NS
Systolic pressure (mmHg)123.68 ± 15.18120.43 ± 16.92NS
Diastolic pressure (mmHg)80.69 ± 9.3678.48 ± 10.92NS
Heart rate (bpm)77.12 ± 8.1377.12 ± 9.34NS
Current smoking [n(%)]23 (38.33)8 (26.67)NS
Fasting glucose (mmol/L)5.22 ± 0.694.99 ± 0.84NS
TGa (mmol/L)2.36 ± 1.201.41 ± 0.57< 0.001
TC (mmol/L)5.16 ± 0.784.44 ± 0.77< 0.001
HDL-Ca (mmol/L)1.12 ± 0.191.26 ± 0.31< 0.05
LDL-C (mmol/L)2.98 ± 0.652.54 ± 0.69< 0.01
non-HDL-C (mmol/L)4.04 ± 0.743.18 ± 0.71< 0.001
RCa (mmol/L)1.06 ± 0.530.64 ± 0.25< 0.001
  1. BMI Body mass index, bpm Beats per minute, TG Triglyceride, TC Total cholesterol, HDL-C High-density lipoprotein cholesterol, LDL-C Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, non-HDL-C Non high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, RC Remnant lipoprotein cholesterol, NS No significance
  2. a logarithmic transformation for non-normal distribution