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Table 1 Baseline characteristic study participants

From: Short tandem repeat near hypoxia response element (HRE) instead of HRE genetic variants in promoter calcitonin receptor-like receptor (CRLR) gene as risk factor in severe preeclampsia: a preliminary study

Characteristic Normal pregnancy (n = 20) Severe preeclampsia (n = 20) p value Anemia (n = 21) Normal Hemoglobin (n = 19) p value
Age* (years) 27.05 ± 5.91 30.1 ± 5.84 0.109 26.38 ± 5.01 31.00 ± 6.19 0.013
Systolic blood pressure** (mmHg) 113.5 ± 9.33 168 ± 8.33 0.000 125.23 ± 24.62 157.89 ± 23.47 0.665
Diastolic blood pressure** (mmHg) 80 ± 7.25 103.5 ± 4.89 0.000 86.19 ± 10.71 97.89 ± 13.57 0.501
Hemoglobin** (gr/dl) 9.91 ± 1.74 11.53 ± 1.07 0.001 9.65 ± 1.49 11.9 ± 0.77 0.804
Leucocytes count* (cell/dl) 14.85 ± 3.98 × 103 13.93 ± 4.28 × 103 0.485 14.99 ± 4.42 13.72 ± 3.74 0.334
Thrombocytes count** (cell/dl) 299.15 ± 92.34 × 103 299.4 ± 65.53 × 103 0.862 308.28 ± 86.27 289.32 ± 86.27 0.099
Anemia (%) 75% 30% 0.011
Severe pre-eclampsia (%) 30% (n = 6) 75% (n = 15) 0.011
CACA box length ≥ 21 55% (n = 9) 30% (n = 5) 0.201 64.7% (n = 11) 43.5% (n = 10) 0.313
Pathologic proteinuria (%) 0% 80% (n = 16) 0.000 31.3% (n = 5) 66.7% (n = 16) 0.061
Baby weight* (gram) 3162.5 2527.5 0.000 2971.43 2705.26 0.062
  1. * Age, leucocytes count, baby weight have normal distribution, Independent t-test was used
  2. ** SBP, DBP, Hb, TC have abnormal distribution after transform, Man–Whitney test was used