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Table 2 Prevalence of MetS and its components among T2DM patients in relation to hyperuricemia (n = 314)

From: Hyperuricemia and metabolic syndrome in type 2 diabetes mellitus patients at Hawassa university comprehensive specialized hospital, South West Ethiopia

Variable N (%) Hyperuricemia N (%) Normouricaemia N (%) Mean ± SD P-value
MetS 220(70.1) 87(27.7) 133(42.4) 26.4 ± 10.1 0.001
WC ≥ 102 for male, ≥ 88 cm for female 193(61.3) 40(12.7) 153(48.7) 93.6 ± 18.1 0.0001
TG ≥ 150 mg/dl 221(70.4) 98(31.2) 123(39.2) 202.5 ± 89.8 0.0001
Low HDL-C, (< 40 mg/dl for males, < 50 mg/dl for females) 123(39.2) 38(12.1) 85(27.1) 54.9 ± 59.2 0.4
FBS > 110 mg/dl 252(80.0) 92(29.3) 160(50.6) 200 ± 100 0.04
SBP > 130 mmHg 85(27.1) 49(15.6) 36(11.5) 123.6 ± 14.3 0.0001
DBP > 85 mmHg 88(28.0) 40(12.7) 48(15.3) 79.2 ± 9.2 0.006
  1. BMI:body mass index; FBS:fasting blood sugar; HDL-C:high density lipoprotein cholesterol,; WC: waist circumference