Table 2

Total and gender-specific affective disorder (AD)aincidence density by diabetes mellitus (DM) status.b

Total

Men

Women


Descriptor

Cases/total study group, n

ID (95% CI)c

Cases/total study group, n

ID (95% CI)c

Cases/total study group, n

ID (95% CI)c


DM without OAAs

42/5619

74.7 (52.2 to 97.3)

11/2599

42.3 (17.4 to 67.3)

31/3019

102 (66.7 to 138)

Met only

43/5627

76.4 (53.7 to 99.2)

18/2637

68.2 (36.8 to 99.7)

25/2989

83.6 (51.0 to 116)


DM without OAAs

140/14503

96.5 (80.6 to 112)

52/7101

73.2 (53.4 to 93.1)

88/7402

118 (94.2 to 143)

SUs only

145/13370

108 (90.9 to 126)

59/6581

89.6 (66.9 to 112)

86/6788

126 (100 to 153)


DM without OAAs

282/30957

91.1 (80.5 to 101)d

100/14064

71.1 (57.2 to 85.0)e

182/16893

107 (92.2 to 123)f

SUs + Met

127/32236

39.4 (32.6 to 46.2)d

45/14791

30.4 (21.5 to 39.3)e

82/17444

47.0 (36.9 to 57.2)f


aAD diagnoses include ICD-9-CM (296) and the equivalent Taiwanese A-code (A212).

aMet, metformin; OAAs: oral anti-diabetic agents; SUs, sulfonylureas.

cID (95% CI): incidence density per 10,000 person-years (95% confidence interval).

d-fThe same superscript vertically indicates that there is a significant difference between the two groups.

Wahlqvist et al. BMC Medicine 2012 10:150   doi:10.1186/1741-7015-10-150

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