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Table 2 Prevalence of MetS based on ATP and IDF definitions and their relationship with demographic and clinical variables

From: Assessment of the relationship between metabolic syndrome and obstructive sleep apnea in male drivers of Shahroud city in 2018: a cross sectional study

Variable MetS (according to IDF) Chi-square test (χ2) P-value MetS (according to ATP) Chi-square test (χ2) P-value
Yes(%) No(%) Yes No
Class of driver’s license Class 1 37.97 30.80 8.94 0.05 295 357 14.12 < 0.001
Class 2 14.03 15.61 94 187
Class 3 0.42 1.16 3 12
Driving Type Passenger cars 13.5 10.65 1.45 0.11 92 137 0.172 0.35
Road vehicles 38.92 36.92 300 419
Marital status Married 50 44.30 2.22 0.06 377 517 4.39 0.01
Single 2.43 3.27 15 39
Age < 30 3.48 6.22 27.972 < 0.001 26 66 36.482 < 0.001
30–40 10.55 13.71 71 159
40–50 19.62 15.82 138 198
> 50 18.57 11.81 157 133
BMI < 18.5 0 2.11 216.88 < 0.001 2 18 167.372 < 0.001
18.5–25 7.38 25.42 55 256
25–30 26.37 15.08 174 219
> 30 18.67 4.96 161 63
HTN Yes 32.59 12.66 120.71 < 0.001 276 153 170.71 < 0.001
No 19.83 34.92 116 403
HDL < 40 45.25 36.5 14.60 < 0.001 343 432 14.80 < 0.001
≥40 7.17 11.08 49 124
TG ≥150 10.76 34.49 177.93 < 0.001 139 290 222.625 < 0.001
< 150 36.81 17.93 417 102
FBS ≥100 20.04 6.54 72.616 < 0.001 188 64 156.501 < 0.001
< 100 32.38 41.03 204 492