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Table 2 The CGMS parameters of non-diabetic patients with ESRD

From: Peritoneal dialysis assists residual renal function to maintain glucose tolerance: a prospective observational study

CGMS parameters ESRD (non-diabetic)
(n = 14)
Before PD After PD
Mean GC (mg/dL) 120.81 ± 19.29 116.30 ± 18.07
SD of GC (mg/dL) 26.22 ± 13.14 21.63 ± 7.17
Range of GC (mg/dL) 117.57 ± 57.82 95.07 ± 35.92
Minimum GC (mg/dL) 75.79 ± 20.80 89.86 ± 44.10
Maximum GC (mg/dL) 193.36 ± 55.64 162.50 ± 42.72*
AUC of GC >140 mg/dL (mg · min/dL) 6.98 ± 11.04 4.16 ± 6.96*
Percentage of GC <70 mg/dL 4.70 ± 7.09 5.51 ± 8.02
Percentage of GC ≥70 to <180 mg/dL 88.74 ± 11.37 91.31 ± 9.07
Percentage of GC ≥180 mg/dL 6.56 ± 11.74 3.19 ± 7.08
Mean nocturnal GC (mg/dL) 107.53 ± 16.64 106.64 ± 22.73
SD of nocturnal GC (mg/dL) 12.96 ± 9.60 13.58 ± 9.10
Range of nocturnal GC (mg/dL) 57.36 ± 40.58 53.14 ± 29.01
Minimum nocturnal GC (mg/dL) 84.36 ± 20.12 85.64 ± 15.93
Maximum nocturnal GC (mg/dL) 141.71 ± 37.56 138.79 ± 36.58
Percentage of nocturnal GC <70 mg/dL 6.68 ± 13.91 10.19 ± 20.48
Percentage of nocturnal GC ≥70 to <180 mg/dL 91.22 ± 14.96 86.18 ± 22.76
Percentage of nocturnal GC ≥180 mg/dL 2.10 ± 7.79 3.64 ± 13.35
  1. Results are shown as mean ± SD
  2. AUC area under the curve, CGMS continuous glucose monitoring system, ESRD end-stage renal disease, GC glucose concentration, PD peritoneal dialysis, SD standard deviation
  3. *p < 0.05 vs. before PD