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Table 2 AF type in NOMED-AF and Polish population

From: Relationship between diabetes mellitus and atrial fibrillation prevalence in the Polish population: a report from the Non-invasive Monitoring for Early Detection of Atrial Fibrillation (NOMED-AF) prospective cross-sectional observational study

AF type DM− DM+ P
NOMED-AF population Polish population NOMED-AF population Polish population
N % % N % %
Total AF prevalence 427 20.0 17 (15.4–18.5) 253 28.7 25 (22.5–27.8) < 0.001
AF detected during the ECG monitoring 320 15.0 12 (10.9–13.7) 195 22.1 19 (16.3–21.2) < 0.001
AF de novo 96 4.5 4 (3.4–5) 44 5.0 4 (3.2–5.3) < 0.001
Paroxysmal AF 226 10.6 10 (8.7–11.4) 124 14.1 13 (11–15) < 0.001
Persistent or sustained AF 201 9.4 6.9 (5.9–8.1) 129 14.6 12.2 (10.3–14.3) < 0.001
Silent AF 181 8.5 7 (5.6–7.5) 98 11.1 9 (7.9–11.4) 0.004
AF silent de novo 70 3.3 3 (2.2–3.6) 35 4.0 3 (2.5–4.5) 0.389
AF or/and AFl 34 1.6 1 (0.8-1.6) 25 2.8 3 (2–4.3) < 0.001
  1. AF: atrial fibrillation; AFl: atrial flutter; ECG: electrocardiography
  2. Bold value indicates in the table are considered to be statistically significant (p < 0.05)