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Table 2 Baseline patient characteristics

From: Blood lactate is a predictor of short-term mortality in patients with myocardial infarction complicated by heart failure but without cardiogenic shock

  Killip I (n = 1081) Killip II (N = 48) Killip III (N = 17) Killip IV (N = 12) Total (N = 1158)
BMI (mean/range) p = 0.29 27 (12–51) 27 (15–37) 25 (20–36) 27 (22–31) 27 (12–51)
Age (mean/range) p = 0.49 67 (28–95) 72 (47–93) 73 (45–86) 67 (45–82) 67 (28–95)
Male sex p = 0.15 698 (65%) 32 (67%) 11 (65%) 9 (75%) 750 (65%)
Smoker p = 0.79 314 (29%) 7 (15%) 3 (18%) 4 (33%) 328 (28%)
Former smoker p = 0.66 412 (38%) 15 (31%) 6 (35%) 4 (33%) 437 (38%)
Diabetes Mellitus p = 0.74 207 (19%) 16 (33%) 8 (47%) 3 (25%) 234 (20%)
Hypertension p = 0.31 565 (52%) 27 (56%) 12 (71%) 8 (67%) 612 (53%)
Hyperlipidaemia p = 0.37 352 (33%) 14 (29%) 7 (41%) 3 (25%) 376 (33%)
Prior ACS p = 0.10 209 (19%) 11 (23%) 3 (18%) 2 (17%) 225 (19%)
Prior PCI p = 0.33 168 (16%) 7 (15%) 1 (6%) 0 176 (15%)
Prior CABG p = 0.25 62 (6%) 5 (10%) 2 (12%) 0 69 (6%)
Creatinine clearance p = 0.66 87 72 78 62 86
  1. For BMI and age data are presented as mean and range within brackets
  2. For Creatinine clearance data are presented as mean
  3. P-value from Cox regression analysis regarding the parameters relation to 30-day mortality stratified by Killip group
  4. ACS acute coronary syndrome, BMI body mass index, CABG coronary artery bypass graft, PCI percutaneous coronary intervention