Table 2: Demographic and medical characteristics, ETT parameters and psychological test scores by presence or absence of anginal symptoms during the positive exercise treadmill test.

Type of ischemia during ETT
VariableSymptomaticSilent 𝑃
( 𝑁 = 9 0 )( 𝑁 = 1 0 6 )
%%

Male8787.98
Caucasian8887.84
History of Diabetes1316.60
History of Myocardial Infarction4441.58
History of Hypertension5342.13
History of PTCA3139.27

MM
(SD)(SD)

Age62.5 (8.7)62.5 (8.2).91
Total ETT Duration (mins)6.9 (2.7)8.4 (3.0)<.001
Time to 1 mm ST Depression4.8 (2.3)5.9 (3.4).008
Time to End of Test from ST Onset2.0 (1.5)2.5 (2.6).03
Maximum St Depression (mm)1.9 (0.6)2.1 (0.6).04
Rate-Pressure Product at Onset of ST Depression (/1000)21.8 (4.7)23.7 (5.6).02
Rate-Pressure Product at Peak Exercise (/1000)23.6 (4.5)26.4 (5.7)<.001
Peak Borg Exertion Score16.116.2.72
Peak SBP177.8 (21.3)184.6 (27.7).07
Peak-Resting SBP36.6 (19.0)42.2 (27.2).07
Beck Depression Inventory7.3 (6.9)4.7 (4.4).003
State Anxiety33.9 (10.2)29.5 (9.0).004
Trait Anxiety34.0 (9.4)31.3 (8.1).07
Modified Autonomic Perception68.6 (32.6)65.5 (31.8).49
Muscle Tension Perception30.0 (18.9)25.8 (17.6).09
Toronto Alexithymia Scale64.7 (13.3)63.0 (11.3).27
Anger Out13.9 (3.4)13.8 (3.7).79
Anger In15.4 (3.8)15.1 (3.9).56
Anger Control25.5 (5.3)26.1 (4.7).64
Anger Expression19.9 (9.4)18.9 (9.4).53
Cook-Medley Hostility Scale21.0 (8.2)19.2 (8.5).09
Harm Avoidance12.8 (7.4)11.0 (6.6).11
Novelty Seeking16.1 (5.7)16.9 (5.9).40
Reward Dependence15.4 (4.1)16.1 (3.8).18