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Research Article

Elevated Level of Troponin but Not N-Terminal Probrain Natriuretic Peptide Is Associated with Increased Risk of Sudden Cardiac Death in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Calculated According to the ESC Guidelines 2014

Table 2

Comparison between subgroups of hs-TnI positive versus negative and also between subgroup of lower versus higher NT-proBNT concentration (NS: nonsignificant).

First model—current Holter
Hs-TnI negative
Hs-TnI positive
5-year SCD risk in HCM3.81 ± 3.23%6.38 ± 4.17%
Lower NT-proBNP
Higher NT-proBNP
5-year SCD risk in HCM4.14 ± 4.18%5.18 ± 3.63%NS

Second model—all Holter
Hs-TnI negative
Hs-TnI positive
5-year SCD risk in HCM4.25 ± 4.20%6.90 ± 3.99%
Lower NT-proBNP
Higher NT-proBNP
5-year SCD risk in HCM4.40 ± 3.62%6.29 ± 4.18%NS

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