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Table 5 Age-adjusted prevalence of various CAD parameters among any CAD

From: Prevalence of coronary artery disease and its risk factors in Kerala, South India: a community-based cross-sectional study

  Total Men Women Difference (%) 95 % CI p value
n = 855 n = 302 n = 553
P (%) SE P (%) SE P (%) SE
Q codes 4.88 0.79 12.22 2.48 1.49 0.40 10.74 (6.91,14.57) <0.001
ST Code 12.94 2.16 7.08 1.51 15.14 2.74 −8.07 (−12.23,−3.91) <0.001
T code 43.06 3.44 45.84 6.35 42.61 3.92 3.23 (−3.74,10.20) 0.3625
Documented ACS 8.68 0.98 20.36 2.85 3.80 0.71 16.56 (11.75,21.37) <0.001
Documented treatment for CAD 11.88 1.05 26.56 2.95 5.98 0.79 20.59 (15.23,25.94) <0.001
Angioplasty/CABG or Fibrinolysis 2.18 0.41 6.63 1.44 0.19 0.11 6.43 (3.60,9.26) <0.001
Angiographic Coronary stenosis 3.21 0.55 8.07 1.81 1.10 0.31 6.98 (3.78,10.17) <0.001
Imaging evidence of RWMA 3.03 0.46 8.75 1.56 0.40 0.19 8.34 (5.11,11.57) <0.001
RAQ angina 49.69 3.44 43.98 6.43 51.60 3.96 −7.62 (−14.60,−0.64) 0.033
Positive treadmill ECG 2.74 0.52 6.26 1.33 1.12 0.51 5.14 (2.27,8.01) <0.001
  1. Q code-any of the Minnesota Q code 1-1-1 to 1-1-7 or 1-2-1 to 1-2-5 or 1-2-7; ST code-any of the Minnesota ST code 4-1-1,4-1-2 or 4–2; T code -any of the Minnesota T code 5-1 or 5-2; ACS acute coronary syndrome, CABG coronary artery bypass graft surgery, RWMA regional wall motion abnormality, ECG electrocardiogram, P prevalence, SE standard error