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Gender-Related Differences in Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes of Premature Coronary Artery Disease: Insight from the FOCUS Registry

Table 3

Clinical outcomes comparing male and female for 12 months.

Outcomes TotalMaleFemalep value
(Follow-up for 1385 patients)(n=1385)(n=868)(n=517)

All cause death13 (0.9%)7 (0.8%)6 (1.2%)0.709
Cardiovascular death8 (0.6%)4 (0.5%)4 (0.8%)0.706
MI31 (2.2%)19 (2.2%)12 (2.3%)0.872
Nonfatal MI29 (2.1%)18 (2.1%)11 (2.1%)0.946
Any revascularization27 (1.9%)15 (1.7%)12 (2.3%)0.440
TVR10 (0.7%)4 (0.5%)6 (1.2%)0.246
Non-TVR17 (1.2%)11 (1.3%)6 (1.2%)0.861
MACE47 (3.4%)26 (3.0%)21 (4.1%)0.289
Definite/probable ST7 (0.5%)3 (0.3%)4 (0.8%)0.487
DAPT1054 (76.1%)651 (75.0%)403 (77.9%)0.213

Values are presented as n (percentage).
DAPT: dual antiplatelet therapy; MACE: major adverse cardiovascular event; MI: myocardial infarction; ST: stent thrombosis; and TVR: target vascular revascularization.

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