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Table 2 Baseline demographics, biomarkers and echocardiographic parameters of patients with and without diastolic dysfunctiona

From: The association among MDCT-derived three-dimensional visceral adiposities on cardiac diastology and dyssynchrony in asymptomatic population

  Normal (n = 100) Diastolic dysfunction (n = 218) F p-value
Age (years) 50.82 ± 9.34 54.83 ± 9.8 11.85 0.001
Male 60 (60 %) 141 (64.7 %) - 0.453
PCF (ml) 67.32 ± 31.95 86.79 ± 31.77 25.68 <0.001
TPAF (ml) 6.32 ± 3.73 8.63 ± 4.61 19.24 <0.001
BMI (kg/m2) 25.05 ± 3.78 25.36 ± 4.14 0.415 0.52
HbA1c (%) 4.84 ± 2.44 4.84 ± 2.48 <0.001 0.992
Cholesterol (mg/dL) 195.77 ± 45.85 203.94 ± 42.61 2.399 0.122
LDL (mg/dL) 124.72 ± 42.02 124.98 ± 46.85 0.002 0.963
Hs-CRP (mg/dL) 0.116 ± 0.039 0.166 ± 0.034 1.323 0.251
BNP (pg/mL) 21.03 ± 4.91 35.16 ± 6.7 3.572 0.06
Hypertension 29 (29 %) 73 (33.5 %) - 0.441
Diabetes 12 (12 %) 34 (15.6 %) - 0.493
Hyperlipidemia 40 (40 %) 69 (31.7 %) - 0.162
LAD (mm) 28.76 ± 6.59 31.22 ± 6.08 10.64 0.001
E (cm/s) 68.81 ± 15.22 62.24 ± 16.23 11.7 0.001
DT (ms) 199.95 ± 35.88 210.04 ± 45.27 3.85 0.045
IVRT (ms) 85.66 ± 13.66 92.41 ± 15.49 13.98 <0.001
E’ (cm/s) 10 ± 1.59 6.7 ± 1.42 344.91 <0.001
E/E’ 7.04 ± 1.85 9.63 ± 3.09 60.51 <0.001
Dias-D (ms) 22.62 ± 18.2 30.42 ± 21.66 9.793 0.002
  1. Data are presented as mean ± standard deviation or number (percentage)
  2. aDiastolic dysfunction was determined according to EAE/ASE recommendations [19]
  3. Abbreviations same as Table 1