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Table 1 Clinical Characteristics in T1D and T2D

From: Dyslipidemia in adolescents and young adults with type 1 and type 2 diabetes: a retrospective analysis

 T1DT2Dp-value
 N total = 1701N total = 298 
Age, yrs (mean + SD)15.4 + 2.816.2 + 2.1< 0.001
HbA1C, % (mean + SD)+ 1.98.4 + 2.7< 0.001
Duration diabetes, years (median, IQR)6 (3.2, 9.1)2.5 (1.5, 4.7)< 0.001
Sex, N N (%)N = 1701N = 298< 0.001
 Female875 (51.4)196 (65.8) 
 Male826 (48.6)102 (34.2) 
Race/Ethnicity, N N (%)N = 1667N = 294< 0.001
 Hispanic White382 (22.9)170 (57.8) 
 Non-Hispanic White904 (54.2)20 (6.8) 
 Hispanic Black6 (0.4)3 (1.0) 
 Non-Hispanic Black286 (17.2)86 (29.3) 
 Hispanic other19 (1.1)8 (2.7) 
 Non-Hispanic other70 (4.2)7 (2.4) 
BMI, N N (%)N = 1687N = 296< 0.001
 Normal (BMI < 85%)1025 (60.8)18 (6.1) 
 Overweight (BMI 85–94%)383 (22.7)41 (13.9) 
 Obese (BMI > 95%)279 (16.5)237 (80.1) 
Insulin modality, N N (%)N = 1700N = 298< 0.001
 Multiple daily injections723 (42.5)9 (3.0) 
 Pump720 (42.4)1 (0.3) 
 Fixed Dose254 (14.9)149 (50.0) 
 Other3 (0.2)139 (46.6) 
Tobacco Use, N N (%)N = 1701N = 2980.003
 Yes (past or present)25 (1.4)6 (2) 
 Never1205 (70.9)234 (78.5) 
 Not Asked471 (27.7)58 (19.5) 
  1. p-values for mean comparisons performed with t-test
  2. p-values for median comparisons using Two-sample Wilcoxon rank-sum (Mann-Whitney) test
  3. p-values calculated with exact testing for categorical variables when possible otherwise chi-square test