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Table 3 Classification indices from survival models that evaluated the association of blood lipids and lipoproteins on 10-year CVD incidence, among the ATTICA study participants (n = 2020)

From: Hierarchical modelling of blood lipids’ profile and 10-year (2002–2012) all cause mortality and incidence of cardiovascular disease: the ATTICA study

Independent predictor Adj. R2 Harrell’s C cNRI
Model 1: Total cholesterol (per 1 mg/dL*) 17.4 % 0.205 10.4 %
Model 2: HDL cholesterol (per 1 mg/dL) 17.8 % 0.521 12.6 %
Model 3: LDL cholesterol (per 1 mg/dL) 17.6 % 0.739 11.1 %
Model 4: non-HDL cholesterol (per 1 mg/dL) 18 % 0.383 21.2 %
Model 5: Triglycerides (per 1 mg/dL) 17.3 % 0.707 5.0 %
Model 5: Lipoprotein-a (per 1 mg/dL) 17.6 % 0.562 6.7 %
Model 6: Apolipoprotein-A1 (per 1 mg/dL) 17.9 % 0.271 3.4 %
Model 7: Apolipoprotein-B (per 1 mg/dL) 17.7 % 0.277 19.7 %
Model 8: Total/HDL-cholesterol ratio (per 1 unit) 18.5 % 0.901 21 %
Model 9: Apolipoprotein-B/-A1 ratio (per 1 unit) 17.7 % 0.417 26.1 %
Model 10: Triglycerides/HDL-cholesterol ratio (per 1 unit) 18.2 % 0.616 14.8 %
  1. Model refers to the ones presented in Table 2
  2. cNRI Continuous Net Reclassification Index
  3. *1 mg/dL corresponds to 0.0259 mmol/L for Total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, LDL cholesterol, non-HDL cholesterol and to 0.0115 mmol/L for Triglycerides