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Table 1 Anthropometric and clinical characteristics and their association with log serum vitamin D level in pregnant women

From: Vitamin D deficiency and dyslipidemia in early pregnancy

Parameters Mean ± SD Log Vitamin D Correlation Coefficient (R) p-value
N 515   
Age (years) 28.71 (6.07) 0.100* 0.02
BMI (kg/m2) 28.47 (6.22) −0.002 0.96
Age of menarche (years) 12.95 (1.63) 0.047 0.60
Age at 1st pregnancy (years) 23.57 (4.49) 0.076 0.42
Gestation week 11.20 (2.75) −0.065 0.30
Waist (cm) 87.54 (12.23) −0.021 0.82
Hips (cm) 108.01 (12.34) 0.092 0.31
Waist-hip ratio 0.81 (0.07) −0.124 0.17
Systolic 110.03 (11.56) 0.083 0.11
Diastolic 64.81 (8.72) 0.021 0.68
Gravida# 2.00 (3.00) 0.027 0.61
Parity# 1.00 (2.00) 0.008 0.90
Ca (mmol/L) 2.27 (0.17) −0.107* 0.02
Total cholesterol (mmol/L) 4.70 (1.03) 0.172** 0.01
Glucose (mmol/L) 4.79 (0.76) 0.090 0.08
Phosphate-inorganic (mmol/L) 1.13 (0.25) 0.090 0.88
HDL-Cholesterol (mmol/L) 1.14 (0.25) 0.017 0.81
Triglycerides (mmol/L)# 1.24 (0.78) 0.184** 0.00
Corrected Ca (mmol/L) 2.24 (0.16) 0.141* 0.03
Vitamin D (nmol/L)# 19.13 (15.08) -------- --------
Vitamin D - deficient 350 (68 %) -------- --------
Vitamin D - insufficient 135 (26.2 %) -------- --------
Vitamin D - sufficient 18 (3.5 %) -------- --------
Vitamin D - desirable 12 (2.3 %) -------- --------
  1. Note: Column1: data presented as mean ± standard deviation; # denotes non-Gaussian and data is presented as median (IQR); categorical data presented as frequency and percentages; p-value significant at <0.05. Column 2: data presented as coefficient (R);* p < 0.05; ** p < 0.01