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Table 1 Prevalence of diabetes/possible diabetes in patients with ACS

From: Prevalence and in-hospital outcomes of diabetes among patients with acute coronary syndrome in China: findings from the Improving Care for Cardiovascular Disease in China-Acute Coronary Syndrome Project

  Total ACS (N = 63,450) STEMI (N = 39,793) NSTE-ACS (N = 23,657)
Total, n (% [95% CI]) 23,880 (37.6 [37.3–38.0]) 14,650 (36.8 [36.3–37.3]) 9230 (39.0 [38.4–39.6])
Sex, n (% [95% CI])
 Male 16,721 (35.2 [34.8–35.6]) 10,746 (34.5 [34.0–35.0]) 5975 (36.5 [35.7–37.2])
 Female 7159 (45.0 [44.2–45.7]) 3904 (45.1 [44.1–46.2]) 3255 (44.7 [43.6–45.9])
Age, n (% [95% CI]) (years)
 < 45 1281 (26.9 [25.6–28.1]) 1003 (27.5 [26.1–29.0]) 278 (24.7 [22.2–27.2])
 45–64 10,726 (36.2 [35.6–36.7]) 7041 (36.1 [35.4–36.8]) 3685 (36.2 [35.3–37.2])
 ≥ 65 11,873 (40.9 [40.4-41.5]) 6606 (39.7 [38.9-40.4]) 5267 (42.6 [41.8–43.5])
CHD history, n (% [95% CI])
 Yes 3197 (45.9 [44.7–47.1]) 1186 (44.3 [42.4–46.2]) 1186 (44.3 [42.4–46.2])
 No 20,683 (36.6 [36.2–37.0]) 13,464 (36.3 [35.8–36.8]) 7219 (37.3 [36.6–38.0])
  1. CHD coronary heart disease, ACS acute coronary syndrome, STEMI ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction, NSTE-ACS non-ST-segment elevation acute coronary syndrome