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Table 5 Cox regression analysis results for heart failure

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
Age0.0020.0040.2660.6061.0020.994–1.011
Gender0.1560.1121.9120.1671.1680.937–1.456
Family history−0.4190.13010.1370.0010.6580.510–0.849
Hypertension−0.0470.0930.2620.6090.9540.796–1.143
Diabetes0.1510.1062.0280.1541.1630.945–1.432
Smoking−0.0540.1270.1820.6690.9470.739–1.214
Alcohol consumption−0.2170.1561.9430.1630.8050.593–1.092
Cr0.0020.0015.2980.0211.0021.000–1.005
UA0.0010.0010.8320.3621.0010.999–1.002
TC−0.2500.04629.633< 0.0010.7790.712–0.852
THR0.5310.11919.932< 0.0011.7001.347–2.147
  1. Abbreviation: Cr Creatinine, UA Uric acid, TC Total cholesterol, THR Triglyceride to high-density lipoprotein cholesterol ratio. Note: The boldfaced P-Values are statistically different