Table 1

Echocardiographic and cardiac risk factor characteristics of study participants

AllMenWomen
Variable (at age 60–64 years unless stated otherwise)nResultnResultnResult
Age, years162663.2 (1.1)78663.2 (1.2)84063.3 (1.1)
BMI, kg/m2163327.7 (4.6)79127.7 (4.0)84227.6 (5.2)
SBP, mm Hg1633135.7 (18.0)791139.0 (17.8)842132.7 (17.6)
SBP in those on HTT, mm Hg347137.4 (17.4)179138.2 (16.2)168131.8 (16.9)
SBP in those not on HTT, mm Hg1120134.9 (18.0)518136.1 (17.6)602129.9 (15.8)
SBP in those with unknown HTT status, mm Hg166137.4 (18.6)92138.1 (17.3)74132.1 (17.2)
SBP at age 53 years, mm Hg1537134.3 (19.1)738138.0 (18.9)799130.8 (18.5)
SBP at age 43 years, mm Hg1522123.7 (14.1)735128.1 (13.1)787119.6 (13.6)
SBP at age 36 years, mm Hg1479120.0 (13.7)714125.8 (12.8)765114.6 (12.3)
DBP, mm Hg163377.3 (9.7)79179.0 (9.8)84275.7 (9.3)
DBP at age 53 years, mm Hg153783.5 (11.9)73886.4 (11.9)79980.9 (11.2)
DBP at age 43 years, mm Hg152280.5 (9.5)73583.4 (9.0)78777.8 (9.1)
DBP at age 36 years, mm Hg147778.3 (9.6)71380.8 (9.4)76475.9 (9.3)
Heart rate, bpm163068.9 (11.2)78967.4 (11.3)84170.3 (10.9)
IVSD, cm14731.1 (0.2)7011.1 (0.2)7721.0 (0.2)
PWT, cm14711.0 (0.2)6991.1 (0.2)7720.9 (0.2)
RWT14690.4 (0.1)6990.4 (0.1)7700.4 (0.1)
LVM, g1471181.3 (59.3)699209.3 (60.3)772156.0 (45.4)
LVMI, g/m2147195.7 (26.6)699104.1 (27.9)77288.1 (22.8)
Ejection fraction (%)145968.7 (9.7)69267.2 (10.1)76769.9 (9.2)
E/A15761.0 (0.3)7551.0 (0.3)8211.0 (0.3)
e′, cm/s15338.8 (1.9)7278.9 (1.9)8068.8 (1.9)
E/e′14907.9 (2.1)7017.5 (2.0)7898.3 (2.1)
e′/a′15070.8 (0.2)7090.8 (0.2)7980.9 (0.2)
LAVI, mL/m2141721.1 (7.2)70122.0 (7.4)71620.2 (7.0)
  • Data are mean (SD), median (interquartile range) or n (%) as appropriate.

  • BMI, body mass index; DBP, diastolic blood pressure; IVSD, interventricular septal thickness in diastole; LAVI, left atrial volume indexed to body surface area; LVM, left ventricular mass; LVMI, left ventricular mass indexed to body surface area; PWT, left ventricular posterior wall thickness in diastole; RWT, relative wall thickness; SBP, systolic blood pressure.