Table 4

Sex differences in mortality before and after multivariable adjustments

In-hospital mortalityCrude OR (95% CI)p ValueORs (95% CI)p Value
Sex (women vs men)2.83 (1.32 to 6.03)0.0072.85 (1.31 to 6.19)0.01
Diabetes mellitus2.42 (1.03 to 5.66)0.04
Hypertension0.70 (0.23 to 2.08)0.52
Current smoker0.96 (0.44 to 2.07)0.92
Given reperfusion therapy0.48 (0.22 to 1.06)0.07
One-year mortalityCrude OR (95% CI)p ValueOR (95% CI)p Value
Sex (women vs men)1.74 (0.91 to 3.32)0.092.00 (1.03 to 3.89)0.04
Diabetes mellitus1.83 (0.88 to 3.81)0.11
Hypertension0.69 (0.28 to 1.69)0.41
Current smoker0.78 (0.42 to 1.43)0.43
Previous myocardial infarction2.22 (0.81 to 6.08)0.12
Previous revascularisation1.00 (0.19 to 5.22)1.00
Long-term mortality*Crude HR (95% CI)p ValueHR (95% CI)p Value
Sex (women vs men)0.83 (0.55 to 1.27)0.400.93 (0.60 to 1.45)0.75
Diabetes mellitus1.71 (1.10 to 1.45)0.02
Hypertension1.34 (0.85 to 2.10)0.21
Current smoker1.33 (0.92 to 1.93)0.13
Previous myocardial infarction2.49 (1.46 to 4.25)0.001
Previous revascularisation1.35 (0.59 to 3.07)0.48
  • Logistic and Cox regression analyses on in-hospital, 1 year and long-term mortality, respectively, with the variables in the table used as covariates.

  • * Patients followed minimum of 1 year and up to 10 years depending on admission date (mean 5.4 years).