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Table 5 Components of MetS for study subjects

From: Impact of a multidisciplinary intervention on physical fitness, physical activity habits and the association between aerobic fitness and components of metabolic syndrome in adults diagnosed with metabolic syndrome

VariablesBaselineMonth 3Month 12p values*
Men (N = 97)
 Diastolic blood pressure (mm Hg)82.3 ± 0.878.1 ± 0.878.1 ± 0.8<  0.0001
 Systolic blood pressure (mm Hg)135.1 ± 1.3126.7 ± 1.3129.6 ± 1.3<  0.0001
 Fasting blood glucose (mmol/L)6.43 ± 0.126.19 ± 0.126.39 ± 0.120.0352
 HDL cholesterol (mmol/L)1.08 ± 0.021.09 ± 0.021.13 ± 0.020.0011
 Triglyceride (mmol/L)2.47 ± 0.181.79 ± 0.191.86 ± 0.19< 0.0001
 Waist circumference (cm)108.0 ± 0.9105.3 ± 0.9104.1 ± 0.9<  0.0001
Women (N = 95)
 Diastolic blood pressure (mm Hg)79.0 ± 0.975.6 ± 0.976.3 ± 0.90.0004
 Systolic blood pressure (mm Hg)134.0 ± 1.5126.3 ± 1.5129.1 ± 1.5< 0.0001
 Fasting blood glucose (mmol/L)6.39 ± 0.146.25 ± 0.146.33 ± 0.140.4129
 HDL cholesterol (mmol/L)1.31 ± 0.031.29 ± 0.031.38 ± 0.03<  0.0001
 Triglyceride (mmol/L)2.01 ± 0.091.83 ± 0.091.84 ± 0.090.0184
 Waist circumference (cm)104.5 ± 1.0101.8 ± 1.099.9 ± 1.0< 0.0001
  1. Data are mean ± standard error
  2. * p values obtained by comparing differences in the variable value within each group (men, women) by using a linear mixed model analysis