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Table 6 Cut-off values of numerical parameters found significant in the analysis of differences

From: Metabolic syndrome in hypertensive women in the age of menopause: a case study on data from general practice electronic health records

Parameter Cut-off Sensitivity Specificity Positive predictive value Negative predictive value False positive results False negative results
Age 55 0.290 0.899 0.844 0.400 7 93
chdi 5 0.702 0.580 0.760 0.506 29 39
Drug 3 0.870 0.348 0.717 0.585 45 17
cre (μmol/l) 77 0.595 0.623 0.750 0.448 26 53
CRP (mg/L) 2.3 0.733 0.565 0.762 0.527 30 35
Er (1012/L) 4.51 0.656 0.551 0.735 0.458 31 45
BMI (kg/m2) 25.51 0.855 a 0.797 0.889 0.743 14 19
cho (mmol/L) 6 0.740 0.754 0.851 0.605 17 34
wai (cm) 89 0.740 0.797 0.874 0.618 14 34
TG (mmol/L) 1.7 0.718 0.942 0.959 0.637 4 37
LDL (mmol/L) 3.1 0.573 0.870 0.893 0.517 9 56
FGlu (mmol/L) 5.7 0.542 0.884 0.899 0.504 8 60
Htc (%) 0.41 0.359 0.855 0.825 0.413 10 84
  1. aBolded parameters show the best cut-off values with respect to statistical performance measures