Table 2 Demographics and comorbidities of the patients stratified by OSA severity

From: Correlation between structural progression in glaucoma and obstructive sleep apnea

 No OSAMild OSAModerate OSASevere OSAP value
Age at diagnosis (years) (mean ± SD)50.6 ± 9.851.5 ± 15.051.4 ± 11.149.0 ± 18.40.984*
Sex    0.479**
 Male, n (%)5 (100%)9 (90.0%)9 (90.0%)5 (71.4%) 
 Female, n (%)0 (0%)1 (10.0%)1 (10.0%)2 (28.6%) 
BMI (mean ± SD)25.9 ± 1.224.9 ± 2.825.0 ± 2.026.4 ± 2.60.504*
DM, n (%)1 (20.0%)1 (10.0%)2 (20.0%)1 (14.3%)0.926**
Hypertension, n (%)4 (80.0%)5 (50.0%)8 (80.0%)5 (71.4%)0.468**
Hyperlipidemia, n (%)2 (40.0%)3 (30.0%)3 (30.0%)2 (28.6%)0.975**
  1. BMI body mass index, NTG normal-tension glaucoma, POAG primary open-angle glaucoma, OSA obstructive sleep apnea, DM diabetes mellitus
  2. *Using one-way ANOVA
  3. **Using Chi-squared test