Table 2

Demographics, medical history and medications on admission

Type 1 AMI
n=17 488
Type 2 AMI
n=1403
p Value
Demographics
 Age, year (±SD)71.1 (±12.5)75.9 (±11.4)<0.001
 Female sex, %34.246.8<0.001
Cardiovascular risk factors and medical history
 Smoking, %58.654.50.006
 Hypertension, %50.754.20.011
 Diabetes, %22.226.8<0.001
 History of PCI, %17.617.40.836
 History of CABG, %10.014.7<0.001
 History of AMI, %30.440.1<0.001
 History of CHF, %10.620.5<0.001
 History of stroke, %9.213.9<0.001
Medications
 ACE inhibitors, %25.332.90.009
 ARB, %15.017.6<0.001
 β-blockers, %41.555.9<0.001
 Digitalis, %2.13.8<0.001
 Aspirin, %41.553.2<0.001
 Other antiplatelets, %9.712.9<0.001
 Oral anticoagulants, %5.310.2<0.001
 Statins, %34.342.9<0.001
 Diuretics, %26.541.6<0.001
  • ACE, angiotensin converting enzyme; AMI, acute myocardial infarction; ARB, angiotensin receptor blocker; CABG, coronary artery bypass grafting; CHF, congestive heart failure; PCI, percutaneous coronary intervention.