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Table 2 ACS characteristics and treatment among those with and without diabetes.

From: The impact of diabetes on one-year health status outcomes following acute coronary syndromes

Variable Diabetes (n = 326) No Diabetes (n = 873) p-value
ACS Characteristics
Type of ACS (%)    
   STEMI 20% 31% <0.001
   NSTEMI 28% 29% 0.63
   UA 52% 40% <0.001
3-Vessel Disease 58% 45% 0.003
Coronary Angiography 68% 82% <0.001
   STEMI 95% 96%  
   NSTEMI 84% 88%  
   UA 65% 74%  
Reperfusion (acute) (%)    
   PCI 18% 33% <0.001
   Thrombolytics 5% 8% 0.02
Revascularization (%)    
   PCI 48% 62% <0.001
   CABG 3% 4%  
   Medical Management 49% 35%  
Discharge Treatment
Aspirin (%) 92% 95% 0.09
Beta-blocker (%) 79% 81% 0.41
ACE-I or ARB (%) 81% 74% 0.008
Statins (%) 75% 74% 0.94
  1. ACS = acute coronary syndrome; STEMI = ST-elevation myocardial infarction; NSTEMI = non-ST-elevation myocardial infarction; UA = unstable angina; PCI = percutaneous intervention; CABG = coronary artery bypass graft surgery; ACE-I = angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor; ARB = angiotensin receptor blocker