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Table 4 Independent predictors of achievement of different secondary preventive goals after AMI assessed by; multivariable logistic regression models

From: Determinants of suboptimal long-term secondary prevention of acute myocardial infarction: the structural interview method and physical examinations

  Odds ratio (95% CI) P-value
Achieved non-smoking
 Sex, male 0.17 (0.02–1.34) 0.093
 Age < 65 years 0.24 (0.07–0.74) 0.013
 Unemployed 0.23 (0.06–0.82) 0.023
Achieved LDL < 1,8 mmol/L
 Overweight 0.52 (0.24–1.12) 0.096
 Native-born 0.28 (0.12–0.63) 0.002
Achieved HbA1c < 48 mmol/mol
 Sex, male 0.46 (0.18–1.18) 0.106
 BMI 0.91 (0.82–1.02) 0.095
Achieved regular physical activity
 Sex, male 1.95 (0.93–4.09) 0.078
 Living alone 1.94 (1.02–3.69) 0.044
Achieved BMI < 25 kg/m2
 Living alone 0.45 (0.20–1.00) 0.050
 Diabetes type1/type2 0.21 (0.04–0.98) 0.046
 Walking difficulties 0.23 (0.07–0.71) 0.011
Achieved blood pressure < 140/90 mmHg
 Diabetes type1/type2 1.86 (0.61–5.62) 0.271
 Heart failure after admission, ≤ 45% 2.77 (1.05–7.31) 0.040
 Left ventricular hypertrofi 1.40 (0.57–3.48) 0.466
 Age > 65 years 1.49 (0.70–3.20) 0.301
 Sex, male 0.36 (0.13–0.97) 0.043
  1. LDL Low-density lipoprotein, BMI Body mass index. Data are expressed as Odds ratio (95% CI)