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Type: Artigo
Title: The Homa-adiponectin (homa-ad) Closely Mirrors The Homa-ir Index In The Screening Of Insulin Resistance In The Brazilian Metabolic Syndrome Study (brams)
Author: Vilela
Brunna Sullara; Junqueira Vasques
Ana Carolina; Lara Cassani
Roberta Soares; Costa e Forti
Adriana; Pareja
Jose Carlos; Tambascia
Marcos Antonio; Geloneze
Bruno
Abstract: The major adverse consequences of obesity are associated with the development of insulin resistance (IR) and adiposopathy. The Homeostasis Model Assessment-Adiponectin (HOMA-AD) was proposed as a modified version of the HOMA1-IR, which incorporates adiponectin in the denominator of the index. Objectives To evaluate the performance of the HOMA-AD index compared with the HOMA1-IR index as a surrogate marker of IR in women, and to establish the cutoff value of the HOMA-AD. Subjects/Methods The Brazilian Metabolic Syndrome Study (BRAMS) is a cross-sectional multicenter survey. The data from 1,061 subjects met the desired criteria: 18-65 years old, BMI: 18.5-49.9 Kg/m(2) and without diabetes. The IR was assessed by the indexes HOMA1-IR and HOMA-AD (total sample) and by the hyperglycemic clamp(n = 49). Metabolic syndrome was defined using the IDF criteria. Results For the IR assessed by the clamp, the HOMA-AD demonstrated a stronger coefficient of correlation (r = -0.64) compared with the HOMA1-IR (r = -0.56); p < 0.0001. In the ROC analysis, compared with the HOMA1-IR, the HOMA-AD showed higher values of the AUC for the identification of IR based on the clamp test (AUC: 0.844 vs. AUC: 0.804) and on the metabolic syndrome (AUC: 0.703 vs. AUC: 0.689), respectively; p < 0.001 for all. However, the pairwise comparison did not show evidence of superiority for the HOMA-AD in comparison with the HOMA1-IR in the diagnosis of IR and metabolic syndrome (p > 0.05). The optimal cutoff identified for the HOMA-AD for the diagnosis of IR was 0.95. Conclusions The HOMA-AD index was demonstrated to be a useful surrogate marker for detecting IR among adult women and presented a similar performance compared with the HOMA1-IR index. These results may assist physicians and researchers in determining which method to use to evaluate IR in light of the available facilities.
Editor: Public Library Science
San Francisco
Citation: Plos One. Public Library Science, v. 11, p. , 2016.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0158751
Address: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0158751
Date Issue: 2016
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