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Table 1 Patient characteristics of overall CABG sample and with no known history of diabetes mellitus

From: Prevalence of Dysglycemia Among Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery Patients with No Previous Diabetic History

  N = 1045 n = 630*
Age (years) Mean 64.9 (± 10.9) Mean 65.4 (± 11.1)
Gender (female, %) 258 (24.7%) 148 (23.5%)
Race Caucasian 902 (86.3%) Caucasian 571 (90.6%)
  Black 38 (3.6%) Black 19 (3%)
  Asian 22 (2.1%) Asian 9 (1.4%)
  Other 71 (6.8%) Other 29 (4.6%)
Insurance Status Medicare 527 (50.4%) Medicare 326 (51.8%)
  Commercial 399 (38.2%) Commercial 237 (37.6%)
  Medicaid 100 (9.6%) Medicaid 55 (8.7%)
  Other 19 (1.8%) Other 12 (1.9%)
Current Smoker 427 (40.9%) 280 (44.4%)
Hypertension 854 (81.7%) 486 (77.1%)
Peripheral Vascular Disease 119 (11.4%) 58 (9.2%)
Myocardial Infarction 499 (47.8%) 288 (45.7%)
Congestive Heart Failure 144 (13.8%) 75 (11.9%)
Minimally Invasive CABG** 334 (32%) 232 (36.8%)
Median Sternotomy CABG 711 (68%) 398 (63.2%)
Emergent Procedure 26 (2.5%) 15 (2.4%)
Urgent Procedure 749 (71.7%) 450 (71.4%)
Elective Procedure 270 (25.8%) 165 (26.2%)
Number of Vessels Revascularized Mean 3.2 ± 1.2 Mean 3.1 ± 1.2
BMI kg/m2*** Mean 29.3 ± 5.7 Mean 28.3 ± 5.2
  Underweight 8 (0.8%) Underweight 3 (0.5%)
  Normal 238 (22.9%) Normal 173 (27.6%)
  Overweight 385 (37%) Overweight 247 (39.4%)
  Obese 410 (39.4%) Obese 204 (32.5%)
  1. BMI - Body Mass Index; CABG - Coronary Artery Bypass Graft; *No known previous history of diabetes; **Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting via small left thoracotomy; ***Underweight = less than 16.5 kg/m2, Normal = 16.4-18.4 kg/m2, Overweight = 18.5-24.9 kg/m2, Obese = 25.0 kg/m2 and above.