Demographic data

Studied Groups

Control (n = 35)

Patients (n = 75)

1) Age (years)                   Mean ± SD

 

6.1 ±1.7

6.01 ± 1.9

 

t: 0.356-, p value: 0.722

2) Gender

 

19 (54.3%)

 

39 (52%)

         Female:

Male:

16 (45.7%)

36 (48%)

 

χ2: 0.050 , p value: 0.823

3) Residence

 

Rural

19 (54.3%)

35 (46.7%)

Urban

16 (45.7%)

40 (53.3%)

 

χ2 : 0.554, p value: 0.457

P is significant if < 0.05

Table 1: Sociodemographic data of the control group (n=35) and the diabetic children (n=75).