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Table 3 Univariate Cox regression analysis for the predictors of major adverse cardiovascular event

From: Baseline levels of serum high sensitivity C reactive protein and lipids in predicting the residual risk of cardiovascular events in Chinese population with stable coronary artery disease: a prospective cohort study

Variables HR 95% CI p
Age 0.99 0.99–1.00 0.117
Gender (male vs. female) 1.05 0.87–1.28 0.596
BMI 1.02 0.99–1.05 0.141
History of hypertension (with vs. without) 1.10 0.91–1.32 0.321
History of diabetes mellitus (with vs. without) 1.64 1.35–1.99 < 0.001
History of current smoking (with vs. without) 1.15 0.95–1.38 0.153
Family history of premature CAD 1.22 0.78–1.92 0.376
Coronary revascularization 0.82 0.68–0.98 0.028
LVEF, % 1.00 0.99–1.01 0.851
TC 1.25 1.16–1.35 < 0.001
LDL-C 1.37 1.27–1.48 < 0.001
HDL-C 1.15 0.86–1.53 0.344
TG (log-transformed) 1.07 0.92–1.25 0.363
Hs-CRP (log-transformed) 1.19 1.09–1.30 < 0.001
  1. P values were from Cox proportional hazard regression. Two-tailed p < 0.05 was considered statistically significant. CAD Coronary artery disease, BMI body mass index, TC total cholesterol, LDL-C LDL cholesterol, HDL-C HDL cholesterol, TG triglyceride, hs-CRP high-sensitivity C reactive protein, HR hazard ratio, CI confidence interval