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Table 2 Correlation of augmentation index@75 with risk factors

From: Augmentation index is associated with coronary revascularization in patients with high Framingham risk scores: a hospital-based observational study

  Non-PCI group PCI group
   Multiple regression   Multiple regression
  ρ p r2 p ρ p r2 p
    0.396 <0.001    0.488 <0.001
    β p    β p
Age 0.383 <0.001 0.250 <0.001 0.473 <0.001 0.282 0.014
Male    −4.333 0.029    −5.691 0.043
BPP (mmHg) 0.223 0.005 0.156 0.346 0.378 <0.001 0.071 0.243
BSBP (mmHg) 0.241 0.002 −0.145 0.323 0.261 0.026 0.106 0.263
BDBP (mmHg) 0.149 0.061 0.387 0.009 −0.079 0.507 0.006 0.796
Total cholesterol (mg/dL) −0.026 0.748 0.005 0.718 0.067 0.578 0.039 0.648
HDL cholesterol (mg/dL) 0.150 0.071 0.03 0.608 −0.077 0.528 −0.310 0.057
Height (m) −0.359 <0.001 −0.17 0.141 −0.514 <0.001 −0.193 0.470
BMI (kg/m2) −0.178 0.025 −0.429 0.056 −0.081 0.497 −0.938 0.692
Hypertension    2.61 0.089    3.538 0.097
Diabetes    −3.161 0.067    0.043 0.983
Smoking    −2.294 0.146    6.142 0.007
  1. PCI percutaneous coronary intervention, BPP brachial pulse pressure, BSBP brachial systolic blood pressure, BDPB brachial diastolic blood pressure, HDL high-density lipoprotein, PCI percutaneous coronary intervention, BMI body mass index
  2. p < 0.05 considered significant; ρ, Pearson correlation analysis