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Table 5 Comparison between the studied patients as regard laboratory data

From: The relation between ApoB/ApoA-1 ratio and the severity of coronary artery disease in patients with acute coronary syndrome

Laboratory data Number of cases (n=90)
Low GS (n=36) Intermediate GS (n=32) High GS (n=22)
Apo A:
 Mean ± SD 118.44 ± 20.41 130.12 ± 43.36 120.67 ± 26.63
 Min–Max 93.24–142.96 64.54–192.77 65.78–167.93
F (P value) 0.79 (0.55)
Apo B:
 Mean ± SD 65.77±16.23 106.38 ± 30.20 115.50 ± 29.67
 Min–max 42.10–95.40 57.20–146.71 70.10–167.20
F (P value) 18.25 (0.001)*
Comparing between groups P1 > 0.001*, P2 > 0.001*, P3= 0.59
Apo B/Apo A ratio:
 Mean ± SD 0.59 ± 0.10 0.74 ± 0.06 0.96 ± 0.12
 Min–max 0.42–0.69 0.70–0.82 0.79–1.22
F (P value) 77.69 (0.001)*
Comparing between groups P1 > 0.001*, P2 > 0.001*, P3> 0.001*
  1. F for one-way ANOVA (analysis of variance, Sig. bet. groups were done using post hoc test (Dunn’s multiple comparisons test)), P1 comparing between low GS and intermediate GS group, P2 comparing between low GS and high GS group, P3 comparing between intermediate GS group and high GS group
  2. *Statistically significant (P value >0.05)