Journal of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery

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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Changes in parameters related to CVD risk after bariatric surgery

 VariablesBaselinePOD 1 yearARR/AARRRRP value
BMI (kg/m2) 37.28±6.89 27.89±5.720.000
Total cholesterol (mg/dL)208.91±36.45171.61±33.350.000
HDL (mg/dL) 50.19±11.98 58.76±14.580.000
SBP (mmHg)123.81±10.75118.96±15.600.051
Hypertension40 (59.70)31 (46.27)0.022
T2DM34 (50.75)26 (38.81)0.021
Tobacco use14 (20.90)17 (25.37)0.250
Ideal CVD risk (%) 1.14±0.92
FRS (%) 10.28±6.78 6.21±4.364.07400.000
PCE (%) 5.22±5.86 2.69±2.692.53480.000
KRPM (%) 4.46±2.80 3.44±2.081.01230.000
Heart/Vascular age (years) 63.67±14.16 52.40±14.3911.270.000

Variables = number (%); HDL = high-density lipoprotein cholesterol; SBP = systolic blood pressure; FRS = Framingham CVD risk score; PCE = ACC/AHA pooled cohort equation; KRPM = Korean prediction model for ASCVD; ARR = Absolute risk reduction; AAR = Absolute age reduction; RRR = Relative risk reduction.

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