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Table 4 Cox Regression Analysis, Killip class II-III

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

  30-day mortality 1-year mortality
Lactate (per 1 mmol/L) HR = 1.14
CI = 0.93–1.4
HR = 1.12
CI = 0.94–1.33
Lactate ≥2.5 mmol/L HR = 5.94
CI = 1.23–28.64*
HR = 6.20
CI = 1.70–22.61*
SBP (per 10 mmHg) HR = 0.86
CI = 0.67–1.09
HR = 0.89
CI = 0.73–1.08
SBP ≤ 90 mmHg N.A N.A
Male sex HR = 0.61
CI = 0.16–2.28
HR = 0.77
CI = 0.25–2.35
Age (per 5 years) HR = 1.16
CI = 0.83–1.62
HR = 1.20
CI = 0.91–1.59
BMI (per 5 units) HR = 0.98
CI = 0.52–1.83
HR = 0.90
CI = 0.52–1.55
  1. *P < 0,05
  2. HR hazard ratio, CI 95% confidence interval, BMI body mass index, SBP systolic blood pressure