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Table 5 Association between the deterioration or no significant improvement in the SAQ subscales and MSIMI

From: Association between quality of life and mental stress-induced myocardial ischaemia in high-risk patients after coronary revascularization

  Unadjusted OR P Adjusted OR f P
Physical limitations
 Deteriorationa 0.483 [0.158–1.472] 0.200 0.453 [0.145–1.420] 0.174
 Improved < 8b 0.444 [0.201–0.979] 0.044 1.080 [0.992–1.175] 0.075
Angina frequency
 Deteriorationa 2.100 [0.942–4.680] 0.070 2.336 [1.029–5.301] 0.048
 Improved < 20c 2.100 [0.942–4.680] 0.070 1.078 [0.989–1.175] 0.086
Angina stability
 Deterioration a 0.970 [0.495–1.901] 0.930 0.898 [0.450–1.791] 0.760
 SAQ3 AR score < 100 d 0.805 [0.447–1.449] 0.470 1.073 [0.986–1.167] 0.103
Treatment satisfaction
 Deteriorationa 1.150 [0.600–2.203] 0.673 1.127 [0.581–2.188] 0.723
Quality of life
 Deteriorationa 2.019 [1.122–3.634] 0.019 1.968 [1.083–3.578] 0.026
 Improved < 16e 2.184 [1.199–3.979] 0.011 2.105 [1.145–3.873] 0.017
  1. SAQ: Seattle Angina Questionnaire; MSIMI: Mental Stress-induced Myocardial Ischaemia; OR: Odds Ratio; AR: after revascularization. P values < 0.05 are shown in bold
  2. aDeterioration vs. improvement in the SAQ results during the past 1 month
  3. bImprovement in physical limitations of < 8 vs. significant improvement of ≥ 8
  4. cImprovement in angina frequency of < 20 vs. significant improvement of ≥ 20
  5. dSAQ3 FU score of < 100, denoting angina in the past 1 month, vs. freedom from angina
  6. eImprovement in quality of life of < 16 vs. significant improvement of ≥ 16
  7. fAdjusted for drinking history, PHQ-9 baseline, rest EDV, rest ESV, and rest LVEF