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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of 1,004 adults with diabetes.

From: Association of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitor therapy and comorbidity in diabetes: results from the Vermont diabetes information system

Characteristic n (%) or mean (sd)
Ace Inhibitors use 445 (44.3%)
Men 457 (45.5%)
Age, years 64.8 (12.0)
Systolic Blood Pressure, mmHg 140.3 (19.6)
Glycosolated hemoglobin A1C, % 7.12 (1.3)
Body mass index, kg/m2 33.81 (7.4)
Alcohol use 274 (27.4%)
Cigarette smoking 170 (17.0%)
Number of comorbid conditions 1.8 (1.7)
Number of prescription medications 6.7 (3.8)
Rheumatic disease 142 (14.2%)
Asthma/chronic obstructive lung disease 203 (20.2%)
Coronary artery disease 193 (19.2%)
Cancer 126 (12.6%)
Congestive heart failure 172 (17.2%)
Cirrhosis 18 (1.8%)
Stroke 118 (11.8%)
Depression 351 (35.0%)
Foot ulcers 111 (11.2%)
Foot/leg pain 291 (31.0%)
Microvascular disease 170 (17.0%)
Paresis 30 (3.0%)
Peptic ulcer disease 143 (14.3%)
Peripheral vascular disease 88 (8.8%)
Renal problems 50 (5.0%)
Sexual dysfunction 244 (26.6%)
Stomach emptying 56 (6.2%)
  1. sd = standard deviation; n = number of subjects with the characteristic