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Table 2 Patient-reported outcomes, and hazard ratios for MACCE and all-cause mortality (N = 145).

From: Patient-reported outcomes as predictors of 10-year survival in women after acute myocardial infarction

    MACCE n = 52 All-cause mortality n = 59
  n* % HR p-value HR p-value
Quality of life domains, mean (SD)       
   - physical health domain, 57 (18)   0.99 0.897 0.90 0.142
   - psychological domain 67 (15)   0.95 0.594 0.94 0.430
   - social relationships domain 71 (16)   0.93 0.443 1.04 0.672
   - environmental domain 64 (16)   0.99 0.879 0.99 0.861
Overall quality of life     0.795   0.328
   - very poor/poor 9 6   (ref)   (ref)
   - neither poor nor good 38 27 0.91 0.885 0.74 0.560
   - good 75 53 0.73 0.599 0.57 0.251
   - very good 20 14 0.61 0.484 0.36 0.103
Self-rated health     0.531   0.073
   - dissatisfied/very dissatisfied 22 15 1.37 0.433 2.12 0.027
   - neither satisfied nor dissatisfied 48 33 0.84 0.583 1.10 0.765
   - satisfied/very satisfied 73 50   (ref)   (ref)
Symptoms and function, mean (SD) 62 (24)   0.99 0.837 0.94 0.308
Positive effects of illness     0.075   0.021
   - yes 87 65 1.86   2.14 (ref)
   - no 47 35   (ref)   
Sense of coherence, mean (SD) 144 (26)   0.97 0.623 1.00 0.991
  1. *n varies between the different variables because of missing values.
  2. Significant results are shown in bold.
  3. Hazard ratios for WHOQOL-BREF subscales, symptoms and function and sense of coherence are per 10 points differences.
  4. MACCE, major adverse cardiac and cerebral events.