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Table 3 Estimated risk of developing CVD according to cardiovascular risk profile based on Framingham 10-year risk prediction model score at baseline, 6 months and 1 year

From: Long-term effects on cardiovascular risk of a structured multidisciplinary lifestyle program in clinical practice

  Baseline 6 months 1 year ANOVA p-value
Total Framingham risk 15.6 (8.0 to 25.3) 13.7 (6.3 to 21.6)a 13.3 (6.3 to 20.8)a < 0.001
 Men (n = 36) 23.5 (15.6 to 30) 21.6 (15.6 to 29.4) 18.4 (13.3 to 29.4) 0.007
 Women (n = 64) 10.8 (4.7 to 18.5) 10.0(3.9 to 15.9)a 8.6 (4.5 to 15.9)a 0.001
 CVD (n = 36) 23.5 (14.2 to 30) 21.5 (13.7 to 27.5) 18.5 (11.3 to 28.9) 0.033
 Without CVD (n = 64) 13.5 (5.6 to 18.5) 10 (4.1 to 18.4)a 9.7 (4.7 to 15.9)a < 0.001
  1. All values presented as median (Q1 to Q3). aSignificantly different from baseline, p < 0.05