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Table 1 Prevalence of malnutrition according to CONUT score

From: Prevalence and prognostic significance of malnutrition in diabetic patients with coronary artery disease: a cohort study

Nutritional Indices Risk of Malnutrition
Absent Mild Moderate Severe
Formula
CONUT, points 0–1 2–4 5–8 9–12
Albumin, g/dl (score)  ≥ 3.5 (0) 3.0–3.4 (2) 2.5–2.9 (4)  < 2.5 (6)
Total cholesterol, mmol/l (score)  ≥ 180 (0) 140–199 (1) 100–139 (2)  < 100 (3)
Lymphocyte count, *109/l (score)  ≥ 1.60 (0) 1.20–1.59 (1) 0.80–1.19 (2)  < 0.80 (3)
Study population, n (%) 5093 (39.5) 5984 (46.4) 1703 (13.2) 118 (0.9)
Male, n (%) 3338 (65.5) 4346 (72.6) 1269 (74.5) 93 (78.8)
Female, n (%) 1755 (34.5) 1638 (27.4) 434 (25.5) 25 (21.2)
  1. CONUT Controlling Nutritional Status