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Table 2 Relation of the continuous plasma FFAs levels and cardiovascular risk factors with MACEs

From: Impact of free fatty acids on prognosis in coronary artery disease patients under different glucose metabolism status

Variables Univariate Cox regression Multivariate Cox regression
HR (95% CI) p-value HR (95% CI) p-value
Age 1.024 (1.016–1.032) <0.001 1.020 (1.010–1.029) <0.001
Sex 1.015 (0.849–1.213) 0.870  
BMI 0.990 (0.965–1.016) 0.457  
LVEF 0.975 (0.962–0.987) <0.001 0.979 (0.971–0.988) <0.001
Hypertension 1.320 (1.111–1.586) 0.002 1.221 (1.017–1.466) 0.032
DM status 1.352 (1.201–1.522) 0.020 1.200 (1.060–1.359) 0.004
Smoke 1.005 (0.857–1.179) 0.951  
FH 1.240 (0.973–1.582) 0.082   
Log transformed TG 1.038 (1.980–1.100) 0.205
HDL-C 1.142 (0.856–1.522) 0.376  
LDL-C 1.014 (0.937–1.097) 0.730  
GS 1.007 (1.005–1.009) <0.001 1.005 (1.003–1.007) <0.001
Log2FFAs 1.361 (1.191–1.554) <0.001 1.242 (1.084–1.424) 0.002
Baseline Statin 0.817 (0.697–0.959) 0.013 0.792 (0.671–0.936) 0.006
  1. Univariate and multivariate Cox proportional hazards regression analysis was performed to test statistical significance
  2. MACEs were cardiovascular mortality, non-fatal myocardial infarction (MI), stroke and post-discharge unplanned revascularization
  3. MACEs major cardiovascular adverse events, BMI body mass index, TG triglyceride, LDL-C low density lipoprotein cholesterol, HDL-C high density lipoprotein cholesterol, FFAs free fatty acids, LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction, DM diabetes mellitus, FH family history of coronary artery disease, GS gensini score