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Table 5 Cardiovascular outcomes: relative risk (one study population; one article)

From: Mortality and morbidity trends after the first year in survivors of acute myocardial infarction: a systematic review

Reference Assessment Risk analysis
Norgaard et al. 2010 [19] Relative risk (95% CI) of recurrent MI versus reference population at 1–3 years and 3–5 years after MI during time periods 1997–2001 and 2001–2006 Men
1997–2001: 1–3 years, 2.99 (2.80–3.18); 3–5 years, 2.67 (2.48–2.87)
2001–2006: 1–3 years, 2.92 (2.69–3.17); 3–5 years, 2.70 (2.30–3.17)
Women
1997–2001: 1–3 years, 5.67 (5.25–6.11); 3–5 years, 4.33 (3.93–4.78)
2001–2006: 1–3 years, 5.64 (5.13–6.21); 3–5 years, 5.15 (4.24–6.25)
  Relative risk (95% CI) of CV death versus reference population at 1–3 years and 3–5 years after MI during time periods 1997–2001 and 2001–2006 Men
1997–2001: 1–3 years, 2.11 (2.00–2.23); 3–5 years, 1.99 (1.88–2.11)
2001–2006: 1–3 years, 2.14 (2.00–2.28); 3–5 years, 2.10 (1.86–2.34)
Women
1997–2001: 1–3 years, 2.80 (2.64–2.97); 3–5 years, 2.63 (2.46–2.81)
2001–2006: 1–3 years, 2.92 (2.72–3.13); 3–5 years, 2.77 (2.42–3.17)
  1. CI confidence interval, CV cardiovascular, MI myocardial infarction