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Fig. 3 | BMC Endocrine Disorders

Fig. 3

From: The effect of comorbidities on glycemic control among Colombian adults with diabetes mellitus: a longitudinal approach with real-world data

Fig. 3

Predicted probabilities of poor glycemic control according to comorbidities and ethnicity, Colombia 2014-2019. Figure 3 shows the predicted probabilities of poor glycemic control according to the presence of comorbidities and ethnicity estimated in a multivariate model adjusted by for age, gender, BMI (only for HTN and CKD), health insurance and diabetes duration. Predicted probabilities of poor glycemic control were significantly lower in afro descendant with HTN (a). An opposite association was found in afro descendant with CKD (b). In afro descendant with obesity, the association was similar to those with HTN although it was not statistically significant (c). Abbreviations: HTN: hypertension, CKD: chronic kidney disease, HbA1c: glycated hemoglobin, BMI: body mass index

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