Table 1.

Sociodemographic and clinical characteristics of subjects with and without MCI

CharacteristicSubjects with MCI, n = 82Subjects without MCI, n = 1270p Value
Values are mean (±SD), and student’s t-test was used unless otherwise indicated.
* Values are percentages, and χ2 test was used.
BMI = body mass index; DBP = diastolic blood pressure; MCI = mild cognitive impairment; MMSE = Mini-Mental State Examination; SBP = systolic blood pressure.
Men/women, %32.9/67.138.3/61.70.35
Follow-up time, y21.1 (±4.8)20.9 (±5.0)0.75
Age, y
Midlife51.7 (±5.8)50.1 (±6.0)0.02
Late life72.8 (±4.1)71.0 (±3.9)<0.001
Education, y6.8 (±2.04)8.8 (±3.5)<0.001
MMSE score22.6 (±0.4)26.3 (±1.9)<0.001
BMI, kg/m2
Midlife27.1 (±3.6)26.5 (±3.7)0.13
Late life28.7 (±6.2)27.7 (±4.1)0.17
SBP, mmHg
Midlife148.4 (±23.2)143.6 (±19.6)0.07
Late life151.5 (±22.2)151.5 (±23.5)0.98
DBP, mmHg
Midlife90.2 (±14.8)89.6 (±11.3)0.83
Late life80.0 (±10.8)80.5 (±11.2)0.72
Cholesterol, mmol/L
Midlife7.2 (±1.2)6.7 (±1.2)<0.001
Late life5.9 (±1.2)5.8 (±1.0)0.67