FP17-5 Prediction of Diabetes By Utilizing One Hour Glucose Values in Oral Glucose Tolerance Tests Is It Better Than Conventional Criteria?

Program: Abstracts - Orals, Featured Poster Presentations, and Posters
Session: FP17-Diabetes: New Diagnostic & Treatment Modalities
Sunday, June 16, 2013: 10:45 AM-11:15 AM
Presentation Start Time: 11:05 AM
Room 307 (Moscone Center)

Poster Board SUN-843
Subramanian Kannan*1, James F Bena2, Seenia Varghese Peechakara3, Nisha Acharya1 and Marwan Hamaty1
1Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, 2Quantitative Health Sciences, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH, 3Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Lakewood, OH
Objective: To evaluate the impact of adding 1hr-PG to ADA criteria of OGTT on predicting future DM.

Methods: Retrospective search using electronic medical record identified 2370 patients who underwent OGTT (included 1hr-PG) from year 2000 to 2010 and had follow up at our institution. Categories of 1hr-PG (mg/dl) are normal (1hr-PG <124) or impaired glucose tolerance (IGT): IGT1 (124-155), IGT2 (156-200) and IGT3 (>200) based on data in the literature. Time to development of diabetes was evaluated using Kaplan-Meier estimates and risk was measured using Cox proportional hazards models.

Results: Among the 2370 patients, 64% were females, 78% were white, Mean (range) age of the cohort was 54.1 yrs (18-90), mean (SD) BMI was 32 (7.8) kg/m2.  Pre-diabetes was diagnosed in 1190 (50%) (Impaired fasting glucose [IFG] 22%, IGT 14%, both IFG and IGT 15%) and 1180 (50%) had normal OGTT per ADA criteria. Abnormal 1hr-PG was seen in 1785 patients (75%) (IGT1 21%, IGT2 33%, IGT3 22%). Among patients with normal OGTT, 673 (57%) had abnormal 1hr-PG. Follow up was for a median of 30 (0-155) months, 11% developed DM in < 1 month. During follow up, 1119 patients (47%) developed diabetes. Among these, at baseline, 687 patients (61%) had abnormal OGTT per ADA criteria, 271 patients (24%) had isolated elevation of 1hr-PG and 161 patients (14%) had both normal OGTT and normal 1hr-PG. Relative to patients with both normal OGTT and normal 1hr-PG, those with isolated abnormal 1hr-PG (673, 28% of total) had progressively increasing DM risk reaching a 3-fold increased risk in those with IGT3 [IGT1 HR 1.26 (1.01 - 1.58), IGT2 HR 1.50 (1.22 - 1.84), IGT3 HR 3.14 (2.43 - 4.06)]. Pre-DM (ADA criteria) had a 2-fold increased risk for developing DM [HR 1.93 (1.71-2.18)].

Conclusions: Adding 1hr-PG to ADA criteria of OGTT significantly improved the prediction of future DM. The proposed categories of IGT were associated with progressive increase of the risk, the highest risk conferred by IGT3.

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