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Table 3 Prevalence of dyslipidemia by some cardiovascular risk factors

From: Prevalence and risk factors for dyslipidemia among adults in rural and urban China: findings from the China National Stroke Screening and prevention project (CNSSPP)

  TC HDL-C LDL-C TG Non-HDL-C
Risk factors (N) (%) (%) (%) (%) (%)
Male (70,563) 14 24 7 23 9
Female (66,383) 9 16 9 22 12
Normal/underweight (48,953) 10 17 7 16 9
Overweight (60,006) 11 21 8 24 11
Obese (27,986) 13 23 10 30 13
Diabetic (95,407) 13 22 9 26 12
Non- diabetic (41,537) 11 19 8 21 10
Hypertensive (85,435) 13 20 9 25 12
Non-hypertensive (51,510) 10 20 7 19 9
Smoker (44,851) 10 23 8 23 9
Non-Smoker (92,095) 12 19 8 22 11
Drinker (26,166) 11 20 8 26 10
Non-drinker (11,0778) 11 20 8 22 11
Physical activity (52,054) 12 20 9 24 11
Physical inactivity (84,891) 11 20 8 22 10
  1. LDL-C raised low-density lipoprotein; HDL-C low high-density lipoprotein; TG raised triglycerides TC raised total cholesterol; N total number of subjects