Table 5

Table 5Multivariable associations with all-cause mortality and cardiovascular mortality

All-cause mortalityCardiovascular mortality
ParameterHR95% CIP valueInteraction p valueParameterHR95% CIP valueInteraction p value
Age1.061.04 to 1.09 < 0.001 Age1.071.03 to 1.11 < 0.001
AF1.570.93 to 2.670.095AF1.890.96 to 3.700.065
0.330.13 to 0.84 0.020  0.036BAV (M)
0.150.02 to 1.090.061 0.025
1.350.50 to 3.670.5542.320.82 to 6.610.114
CAD1.250.83 to 1.870.290CAD1.590.90 to 2.820.110
LVEF0.990.97 to 1.00 0.044 LVEF0.990.97 to 1.000.077
RVEF1.000.98 to 1.020.812LAVI1.000.99 to 1.010.810
LGE2.271.47 to 3.51 < 0.001 LGE3.171.65 to 6.09 0.001
LAVI1.000.99 to 1.010.316Diabetes1.660.93 to 2.970.086
0.990.98 to 1.000.191 0.030
1.011.00 to 1.030.108
  • Multivariate analysis performed with all independent variables entered into the model in one step. Interaction p value is shown for those variables which had interaction with sex on univariate analysis, and had their sex-interaction variable included in the multivariate model, for which separate HR(CI) are shown for men and women. The HR (CI) are the same for both sexes for the other variables. Abbreviations are as per table 1. ‘LGE’ implies ‘LGE presence’ as a categorical variable. On testing just STS score and LGE, both remain independent on forward stepwise selection.