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Table 1 Characteristics of Participants in women experienced preeclampsia during follow-ups with those not experienced

From: Association between ovarian reserve and preeclampsia: a cohort study

 PENon-PEP-Value
N = 80N = 701 
Age at AMH measurement (year), mean ± SD36.9 ± 6.737.6 ± 6.50.32
BMI (Kg/m2), mean ± SD27.9 ± 4.327.1 ± 4.40.10
Waist circumference (cm), mean ± SD89.7 ± 10.986.0 ± 10.20.003
WHR, median (IQr)0.8 (0.8–0.9)0.8 (0.8–0.9)0.08
Parity, mean ± SD2.5 ± 1.22.6 ± 1.30.44
Number of abortions, mean ± SD0.5 ± 0.90.4 ± 0.70.35
Higher education, n (%)43 (53.8%)356 (50.8%)0.61
Ever Smoker, n (%)9 (11.3%)31 (4.4%)0.01
SBP(mmHg), mean ± SD114.0 ± 11.8109.1 ± 10.40.001
DBP(mmHg), mean ± SD76.9 ± 7.473.6 ± 7.6< 0.001
Cholesterol (mg/L), mean ± SD198.8 ± 37.1195.4 ± 3.70.40
Tg (mg/dL), median (IQr)132 (93–194)114 (83.5–162)0.06
LDL (mg/L), mean ± SD127.9 ± 31.2125.2 ± 30.10.46
HDL (mg/L), mean ± SD42.5 ± 8.544.0 ± 10.10.19
Fasting BG (g/dl), mean ± SD96.9 ± 41.090.3 ± 20.50.16
AMH level (mg/L), median (IQr)1.05 (0.36–2.2)0.85 (0.28–2.1)0.53
Non-detectable AMH levels, n (%)13 (16.3)114 (16.3)0.90
  1. PE experienced preeclampsia during follow ups; non-PE not experienced preeclampsia during follow ups; AMH anti-mullerian hormone; BMI body mass index; WHR waist to hip ratio; SBP systolic blood pressure; DBP diastolic blood pressure; Tg triglyceride; LDL low density lipoprotein; HDH high density lipoprotein; BG blood glucose
  2. Higher education was defined as equivalent of the completion of K-12 or above
  3. Variables are reported as mean ± SD (Student t test), median(IQr) (Mann-Whitney U test) or n(%) Chi square test as appropriate
  4. Bold values are considered significant