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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 6

Clinical outcomes and heart rate as continuous variable and bisection.

OutcomesHR (95% CI) valuesAdjusted HR (95% CI) values

Total population
 ACM
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min1.894 (1.513–2.370)<0.0011.905 (1.507–2.408)<0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.027 (1.018–1.037)<0.0011.027 (1.018–1.037)<0.001
 CM
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min2.152 (1.680–2.757)<0.0012.170 (1.672–2.815)<0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.030 (1.020–1.040)<0.0011.030 (1.020–1.041)<0.001
 MACEs
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min1.391 (1.203–1.607)<0.0011.373 (1.181–1.596)<0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.017 (1.011–1.023)<0.0011.015 (1.009–1.022)<0.001
ACS patients
 ACM
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min2.668 (1.726–4.121)<0.0012.689 (1.661–4.352)<0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.025 (1.010–1.039)<0.0011.026 (1.010–1.042)0.001
 CM
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min2.993 (1.876–4.778)<0.0013.195 (1.894–5.390)<0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.026 (1.010–1.042)0.0011.029 (1.011–1.046)0.001
 MACEs
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min1.686 (1.283–2.215)<0.0011.704 (1.283–2.263)<0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.013 (1.004–1.022)0.0041.012 (1.003–1.022)0.013
Stable CAD patients
 ACM
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min1.570 (1.206–2.044)0.0011.573 (1.198–2.066)0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.030 (1.018–1.043)<0.0011.030 (1.017–1.42)<0.001
 CM
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min1.809 (1.347–2.431)<0.0011.819 (1.339–2.471)<0.001
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.035 (1.021–1.049)<0.0011.035 (1.021–1.049)<0.001
 MACEs
  Heart rate ≥80 vs. <80 beats/min1.273 (1.070–1.515)0.0071.248 (1.051–1.483)0.011
  Heart rate higher by 1 beat/min1.019 (1.011–1.028)<0.0011.019 (1.010–1.028)<0.001

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