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Table 2 Adjusted hazard ratios for coronary revascularization during follow-up, according to diabetic status

From: Impact of diabetes and early revascularization on the need for late and repeat procedures

  Age and gender adjustment Multivariate adjustmenta Multivariate + acute coronary syndrome adjustmentb Multivariate + index procedure adjustmentc
No diabetes
(n = 8036)
1
(reference)
1 1 1
Non-insulin treated diabetes
(n = 3604)
1.69
(1.54–1.85)
p < 0.001
1.34
(1.22–1.48)
p < 0.001
1.33
(1.21–1.46)
p < 0.001
1.35
(1.23–1.49)
p < 0.001
Insulin treated diabetes
(n = 780)
3.05
(2.66–3.49)
p < 0.001
2.25
(1.96–2.60)
p < 0.001
2.22
(1.93–2.56)
p < 0.001
2.20
(1.91–2.54)
p < 0.001
  1. aAdjustment for: age, gender, BMI, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, creatinine level and smoking
  2. bAcute coronary syndrome (n = 6576) versus non acute coronary syndrome (n = 5844)
  3. cIndex procedure: (a) diagnostic catheterization (no revascularization), (b) CABG, (c) PCI