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Table 2 Relationship between family history of diabetes, gender, type of HAART and glycemic profile of the participants

From: Correlates of fasting blood glucose among children living with hiv in a Nigerian tertiary hospital: a cross-sectional study

Variables Fasting Blood Glucose Statistics
Moderate Normal High Normal Impaired Fasting Glucose
FHD
  Positive 2(7.7%) 8(14.5%) 0(0.0%) p=0.652*
  Negative 24(92.3%) 47(85.5%) 3(100.0%)
Total 26(100.0%) 55(100.0%) 3(100.0%)
Gender
  Male 15(57.7%) 27(49.1%) 0(0.0%) p=0.190*
  Female 11(42.3%) 28(50.9%) 3(100.0%)
Total 26(100.0%) 55(100.0%) 3(100.0%)
Type of HAART
  NNRTI-based 25(96.2%) 50(90.9%) 1(33.3%) p=0.017*
  PI-based 1(3.8%) 5(9.1%) 2(66.7%)
Total 26(100.0%) 55(100.0%) 3(100.0%)
  1. FHD Family History of Diabetes; *= Fisher’s Exact (2-sided) test, HAART Highly-Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy, NNRTI Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors,and PI Protease Inhibitors