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Research Article

Resting Heart Rate and Long-Term Outcomes in Patients with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention: Results from a 10-Year Follow-Up of the CORFCHD-PCI Study

Table 4

Multivariable Cox regression analysis of CM.

VariablesBSEWald valuesHR (95% CI)

Age0.0140.0074.5770.0321.014 (1.001–1.027)
SBP−0.0030.0040.3540.5520.997 (0.989–1.006)
DBP−0.0040.0070.2560.6130.996 (0.982–1.011)
Diabetes0.1190.1620.5360.4641.126 (0.820–1.547)
Hypertension0.1260.1480.7200.3961.134 (0.848–1.516)
ML0.5650.15114.003<0.0011.759 (1.309–2.365)
CTO0.2690.1622.7560.0971.309 (0.953–1.798)
Aspirin−1.9140.22075.373<0.0010.147 (0.096–0.227)
Statins−0.8910.24713.003<0.0010.410 (0.253–0.666)
β-Blockers−0.7990.25210.0390.0020.450 (0.274–0.737)
LVEDD−0.0200.0132.2560.1330.980 (0.955–1.006)
LVEF−0.0150.0102.2380.1350.985 (0.965–1.005)
Heart rate (<66 beats/min as reference)25.145<0.001
 66–72 beats/min−0.1860.2750.4590.4980.830 (0.485–1.423)
 72–78 beats/min−0.0900.2390.1420.7070.914 (0.572–1.461)
 78–84 beats/min0.4510.2204.1860.0411.569 (1.019–2.416)
 ≥84 beats/min0.6870.21310.4230.0011.988 (1.310–3.016)

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