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Table 4 Cox regression analysis results for long-term ACM

From: Triglyceride to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol ratio as a predictor of long-term mortality in patients with coronary artery disease after undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention: a retrospective cohort study

VariablesBSEWaldP-ValueHR95%CI
Age0.0660.01041.202< 0.0011.0691.047–1.091
Gender− 0.1750.2560.4660.4950.8400.508–1.387
Family history−1.2540.39510.0890.0010.2850.132–0.619
Hypertension0.2340.2111.2280.2681.2630.836–1.909
Diabetes0.5820.2087.8230.0051.7901.190–2.692
Smoking0.1020.2840.1280.7211.1070.635–1.930
Alcohol consumption0.3230.3131.0660.3021.3810.748–2.548
Cr0.0060.00131.712< 0.0011.0061.004–1.008
UA0.0010.0010.4270.5131.0010.999–1.003
TC0.0520.0730.5150.4731.0540.913–1.216
THR0.7140.2458.5130.0042.0421.264–3.300
  1. Abbreviation: ACM All-cause mortality, Cr Creatinine, UA Uric acid, TC Total cholesterol, THR Triglyceride to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol ratio. Note: The boldfaced P-Values are statistically different