Without  Diabetic foot ulcer (N=90) With Diabetic foot ulcer (n=150)
  Women (n=43) Men (n=47) Women (n=63) Men (n=87)
Age (years) 59.13±1.3 58.25±1.93 53.77±3.65 56.11±2.24
Diabetes Duration (years) 5.42±0.97 7.86±2.09 13.67±2.24 12.91±1.48
HbA1C (%) 8.11±0.40 7.55±0.204 8.69±0.54 9.13±0.52
Triglyceride (mg/dl) 178.86±10.13 138.20±18.94* 186.29±24.64 209.16±41.33
Cholestrole (mg/dl) 196.89±7.70 179.6±9.93 196.29±10.40 180.50±9.28
LDL-C (mg/dl) 102.79±6.26 114.13±11.36 110.93±8.77 97.28±7.78
HDL-C (mg/dl) 51.27±3.08 48.00±2.89 43.75±3.85 41.00±2.21
Creatinine (mg/dl) 1.00±0.056 1.11±0.09 1.64±0.59 1.22±0.071
Systolic Blood Pressure (mmHg) 145.75±5.75 144.44±6.63 126.25±5.71 147.10±6.73*
Diastolic Blood Pressure (mmHg) 87.33±2.53 87.7±2.77 72.08±4.32 92.52±2.79*
Silent myocardial ischemia (n, %) 2 (4.7%) 10 (21.3%)* 28 (44.4%) 28 (32.2%)*
Variables distributed normally are expressed as Mean ± Standard Error of Mean (SEM) otherwise, number and percent. Independent sample t test was employed to compare quantitative variables between men and women. *: P<0.05, **: P<0.01, when comparing women with men in each group.
Table 2: Demographic and biochemical characteristics of patients with and without diabetic foot ulcer, stratified according to gender.