Table 2

Percent change from baseline in LDL-C, TC and HDL-C between intervention and control groups
Time point Outcomes LS Mean (SE) Difference in LS Means (%)
PCP-NE (n=132) PCP (n=131) PCP-NE versus PCP 95% Cl (%) p-value
Week 24 LDL-C −30.09 (2.03) −27.54 (2.03) −2.55 −7.26, 2.16 0.288
TC −22.97 (1.55) −20.80 (1.54) −2.17 −5.72, 1.38 0.229
HDL-C −2.60 (1.30) −5.61 (1.30) 3.01 0.12, 5.90 0.041
Week 36 LDL-C −25.88 (2.03) −26.86 (2.03) 0.98 −3.68, 5.65 0.679
TC −19.94 (1.53) −19.97 (1.52) 0.04 −3.43, 3.51 0.984
HDL-C −2.97 (1.42) −5.44 (1.41) 2.48 −0.79, 5.74 0.136

LS = Least Squares; SE = Standard Error; 95%; CI = 95% Confidence Interval; LDL-C = Low Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol; TC = Total Cholesterol; HDL-C = High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol; PCP = Primary Care Physicians; PCP-NE = Primary Care Physicians assisted by Nurse Educators.

Selvaraj et al.

Selvaraj et al. BMC Family Practice 2012 13:97   doi:10.1186/1471-2296-13-97

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