Journal of Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery

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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Analysis of HbA1C and diabetes remission at the 1-year and 3-year follow-ups

Variable 1-year follow-up (n=77, 98.72%) 3-year follow-up (n=73, 93.59%)
HbA1C (%) 5.51±0.67, *P<0.001a 5.52±0.56, *P=0.368b
Complete remission % 62 (80.52) 56 (76.71)
Partial remission % 8 (10.39) 10 (13.70)
Improvement % 7 (9.09) 7 (9.59)
Deterioration % 0 (0) 0 (0)
Recurrence % 0 (0) 3/67c (4.48d)

Values are mentioned as mean±standard deviation (Minimum- Maximum) or number (%).

aPaired samples t-test (Preoperative-1-year), bPaired samples t-test (1-year-3-year), c67/70 patients who achieved remission at 1 year either reached or were available for follow-up at 3 years, dPatients were in improvement category compared to preoperative status.

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