Blood Pressure Reactivity to an Anger Provocation Interview Does Not Predict Incident Cardiovascular Disease Events: The Canadian Nova Scotia Health Survey (NSHS95) Prospective Population Study
Hazard ratio with 95% confidence intervals of incident cardiovascular disease events by decile of systolic blood pressure reactivity in (a) an unadjusted model, (b) age- and sex-adjusted model, and (c) model additionally adjusted for body mass index, Framingham risk score, and high school education.
(a) Unadjusted model ( = 18.44, df = 9, P = 0.03)
(b) Age- and sex-adjusted model ( = 5.22, df = 9, P = 0.79)
(c) Fully-adjusted model ( = 4.33, df = 9, P = 0.89)
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