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Table 2 Pearson correlation analysis between HAM-D24 score and clinical and laboratory factors in hospitalized heart failure patients

From: Association between neutrophilic granulocyte percentage and depression in hospitalized patients with heart failure

  r p value
Age .104 .046*
BMI -.106 .043*
Waist circumference -.076 .149
Monthly family income -.076 .147
Number of members of the household .143 .006*
Smoking index .103 .048*
NYHA classification .603 <.001*
RBC counts -.189 <.001*
Hemoglobin -.146 .007*
Platelet counts -.044 .420
Plateletcrit -.049 .369
MPV .009 .864
PDW .019 .730
WBC counts -.097 .074
NEUT% .435 <.001*
TC .326 <.001*
Triglyceride .057 .286
HDL-C -.053 .328
LDL-C .354 <.001*
Apolipoprotein A -.089 .099
Apolipoprotein B .008 .878
BUN .162 .003*
Creatinine .190 <.001*
Cystatin-C .269 <.001*
TBIL .150 .005*
DBIL .137 .011*
TP -.068 .210
Albumin -.175 .001*
BNP .243 <.001*
FG .090 .524
LVEF -.271 <.001*
  1. HAM-D 24 Hamilton rating scale for depression (24 items), BMI body mass index, NYHA New York Heart Association, RBC red blood Cells, MPV mean platelet volume, PDW platelet distribution width, WBC white blood cells, NEUT% neutrophilic granulocyte percentage, TC total cholesterol, HDL-C high-density lipoprotein-cholesterol, LDL-C low-density lipoprotein-cholesterol, BUN urea nitrogen, TBIL total bilirubin, DBIL direct bilirubin, TP total protein, BNP brain natriuretic peptide, FG fasting glucose, LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction; *P < 0.05