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Table 1 General demographic and anthropometric parameters in patients candidate for CABG

From: Dietary inflammatory index: a potent association with cardiovascular risk factors among patients candidate for coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) surgery

Quartiles of DII score
Variable 1st quartile 2nd quartile 3rd quartile 4th quartile P value
N = 113 N = 113 N = 113 N = 113
Age (y) 57.94 ± 8.58 59.89 ± 9.07 57.51 ± 8.80 60.67 ± 9.23 0.022
Gender male [n (%)] 89 (78.8) 84 (74.3) 83 (73.5) 76 (67.3) 0.039
BMI (kg/m2) 27.25 ± 3.75 27.25 ± 3.75 27.73 ± 3.90 26.49 ± 3.92 0.009
Diabetic [n (%)] 43 (38.1) 49 (43.3) 47 (41.6) 52 (46) 0.048
High education level [n (%)] 17 (15.3) 18 (16.2) 17 (15.5) 14 (13) 0.049
Smokers [n (%)] 45 (39.8) 42 (37.2) 40 (35.7) 31 (27.4) 0.054
Hyperlipidemia [n (%)] 77 (68.1) 78 (69) 87 (77) 79 (69.9) 0.48
Hypertension [n (%)] 59 (52.2) 57 (50.4) 45 (40.2) 55 (48.7) 0.32
MI [n (%)] 50 (45) 55 (49.1) 60 (53.1) 61 (54) 0.029
  1. BMI body mass index, MI myocardial Infarction. P value for discrete variables based on Chi-Square Test and for continuous variables based on ANOVA. Discrete and continuous variables data are presented as number (percent) and mean (SD). High educational attainment was defined as educational level more than 12 years