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Table 1 Characteristics of all individuals divided by the presence of hyperuricemia or not

From: Epidemiological associations between hyperuricemia and cardiometabolic risk factors: a comprehensive study from Chinese community

Characteristics All participants (n = 4706) Hyperuricemia (n = 359) Control (n = 4347) P-value
Age (year)a 51 (39–62) 56 (42–69) 51 (39–61) <0.001
Men (%)b 2283 (48.5) 217 (60.4) 2066 (47.5) <0.001
BMI (kg/m2)a 25.51 (23.15–28.06) 27.34 (24.98–29.74) 25.35 (23.03–27.92) <0.001
PP (mmHg)a 48 (40–58) 53 (43–64) 48 (40–58) <0.001
DBP (mmHg)a 79 (70–84) 80 (72–86) 78 (70–84) <0.001
TG (mmol/L)a 1.36 (0.95–2.00) 1.93 (1.40–2.91) 1.33 (0.93–1.91) <0.001
HDL-c (mmol/L)a 1.38 (1.17–1.62) 1.26 (1.06–1.48) 1.39 (1.18–1.63) <0.001
LDL-c (mmol/L)a 2.75 (2.27–3.26) 2.96 (2.46–3.43) 2.73 (2.25–3.25) <0.001
FBG (mmol/L)a 4.98 (4.64–5.41) 5.08 (4.68–5.54) 4.97 (4.63–5.39) 0.004
  1. BMI body mass index, PP pulse pressure, DBP diastolic blood pressure, TG triglyceride, HDL-c high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol, LDL-c low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol, FBG fasting blood glucose
  2. aMedian (interquartile range)
  3. bnumber (proportion)