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Table 5 Risks of incident diabetes based on different glucose intolerance states. (n = 361)

From: Long term prognostic implication of newly detected abnormal glucose tolerance among patients with stable cardiovascular disease: a population-based cohort study

  HR Model 1 P value HR Model 2 P value
   95%(CI)    95%(CI)  
FPG and 2 h-PCPG categories
 IFG-WHO 2.79 1.78–4.37  < 0.001 2.28 1.44–3.63  < 0.001
 IFG-ADA 2.46 1.75–3.46  < 0.001 2.37 1.66–3.37  < 0.001
 IGT 2.94 2.09–4.12  < 0.001 2.67 1.87–3.79  < 0.001
Per 1-SD increase
 FPG 12.82 6.18–26.60  < 0.001 9.90 4.67–20.98  < 0.001
 2 h-PCPG 3.20 2.39–4.29  < 0.001 2.79 2.05–3.79  < 0.001
  1. HR hazard ratio, CI confidence interval, IFG impaired fasting glucose, IGT impaired glucose tolerance, WHO World Health Organization, ADA American Diabetes Association, FPG fasting plasma glucose, 2 h-PCPG 2 h post challenge plasma glucose
  2. Model 1: age and sex
  3. Model 2: model 1 plus family history of diabetes, body mass index, low physical activity, hypertriglyceridemia and low HDL-C