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Table 2 Population ≥ 18 yrs. of age at risk and STEMI-events 2006–2015

From: Socially disadvantaged city districts show a higher incidence of acute ST-elevation myocardial infarctions with elevated cardiovascular risk factors and worse prognosis

   G1 G2 G3 G4
All STEMIs Population at risk 87,783 114,107 200,548 64,087
Events a 519 813 1554 576
Incidence rate (IR/ 95%CI) 59 (54–65) 71 (66–76) 77 (74–81) 90 (83–98)
Men Population at risk 41,345 58,548 102,460 32,357
Events a 352 576 1097 407
Incidence rate (IR/ 95%CI) 85 (77–95) 98 (91–107) 107 (101–114) 126 (114–139)
Women Population at risk 46,438 55,559 98,088 31,730
Events a 167 237 457 169
Incidence rate (IR/ 95%CI) 36 (31–42) 43 (37–48) 47(42–51) 53 (46–62)
Age 18–49 Population at risk 42,972 61,834 104,873 33,326
Events a 57 139 229 100
Incidence rate (IR/ 95%CI) 13 (10–17) 22 (19–27) 22(19–25) 30 (24–36)
Age 50–64 Population at risk 19,873 26,569 44,815 14,861
Events a 143 267 533 203
Incidence rate (IR/ 95%CI) 72 (61–85) 100 (89–113) 119(109–130) 137 (118–157)
Age 65–79 Population at risk 18,171 18,524 37,191 11,863
Events a 216 293 579 208
Incidence rate (IR/ 95%CI) 118 (103–136) 158 (141–177) 156(143–168) 175 (154–202)
Age > 79 Population at risk 6767 7180 13,669 4037
Events a 103 114 213 65
Incidence rate (IR/ 95%CI) 152 (124–185) 159 (131–191) 156(137–178) 161 (124–205)
  1. aSTEMIs 2006–2015