Skip to main content

Table 1 Comparison of serum-derived variables in ischemic stroke and control groups

From: Cerebrovascular disease: how serum phosphorus, vitamin D, and uric acid levels contribute to the ischemic stroke

VariablesTotalIschemic Stroke groupcontrol grouptest Result
Age (years)66.65 ± 9.8067.52 ± 12.2165.78 ± 7.40T = 1.26, p = 0.08
Gender
Male130(48.8%)70(52.6%)60(45.1%)χ2 = 1.51, p = 0.22
Female136(51.2%)63(47.4%)73(54.9%)
Calcium (mg/dl)9.4 [8.9–9.8]9.27 [8.6–9.9]9.5 [9.1–9.8]Z = 1.48, p = 0.14
Phosphorus (mg/dl)4.0 [3.4–4.5]3.6 [3.02–4.21]4.2 [3.8–4.6]Z = 5.48, p < 0.001
Uric acid (mg/dl)4.4 [3.5–5.6]4.9 [3.8–6.4]3.9 [3.5–4.9]Z = 4.84, p < 0.001
Vitamin D (ng/ml)18.3 [9.2–33.5]15.1 [8.2–27.9]22.7 [10.4–39.2]Z = 2.85, p = 0.004
TG (mg/dl)114.5[75.7–166.0]110.5[64.7–163.0]122.5[84.5–177.5]Z = 2.23, p = 0.03
FBS (mg/dl)89.5[79.7–100.0]97.0[81.7–125.2]85.5[76.0–91.7]Z = 3.84, p < 0.001
LDL (mg/dl)111.0[91.0–136.0]97.0[81.5–119.2]124.5[103.5–150.2]Z = 4.59, p < 0.001
HDL (mg/dl)38.0[33.0–45.0]36.5[30.7–42.2]42.0[34.2–49.7]Z = 3.40, p < 0.001
  1. Values represent medians [interquartile range]