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Table 3 an example of our simple-to-use nomogram usage

From: Development and validation of a simple-to-use clinical nomogram for predicting obstructive sleep apnea

Characteristics Person
Value Points
age (years) 51 17.5
sex (0 = male; 1 = female) 0 12.5
glucose (mmol/L) 5.26 18
ApoB (g/L) 1.02 20
insulin (μU/mL) 14.21 12.5
BMI (kg/m2) 26.03 28
NC (cm) 40 12
WC (cm) 95 38
Total number of pointsa (−) 158.5
  1. Person: patients with severe OSA (AHI = 43.5 events per hour), male, 51 years old, with mean of glucose, ApoB, insulin, BMI, NC, and WC 5.26 mmol/L, 1.02 g/L, 14.21 μU/mL, 26.03 kg/m2, 40 cm, 95 cm, respectively
  2. OSA obstructive sleep apnea, ApoB apolipoprotein B, NC neck circumference, WC waist circumference, BMI body mass index
  3. aThe sum of points attributable for each patient’s characteristic