Journal article

Identification of factors differentially associated with isolated impaired fasting glucose and isolated post-load impaired glucose tolerance: the Hong Kong Cardiovascular Risk Factor Study.

G Neil Thomas, C Mary Schooling, Sarah M McGhee, Sai-Yin Ho, Bernard MY Cheung, Nelson M Wat, Edward D Janus, Tai Hing Lam, undefined Hong Kong Cardiovascular Risk Factor Prevalence Study Steering Committee

Eur J Endocrinol | Published : 2006


BACKGROUND: The use of fasting and post-prandial glucose levels in the classification of hyperglycaemic states often identifies distinct subjects, but the factors determining these intermediate-isolated glucose intolerant states are yet to be clearly elucidated in Chinese subjects. METHODS: Representative subjects (n = 2769) were randomly recruited from the Hong Kong Chinese population and glycaemic status was determined using both fasting and 2h 75 g oral glucose tolerance test glucose levels. The relationship between the groups with isolated glucose intolerance and vascular risk factors was investigated using ANOVA and logistic regression analyses. RESULTS: Using either criterion, diabetes..

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