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Table 2 Association of a) PM2.5, and b) BC, with combined all-cause mortality and nonfatal CVD (MI, stroke or coronary revascularization) outcomes (N = 1620, N cases = 137)

From: Association between cumulative social risk, particulate matter environmental pollutant exposure, and cardiovascular disease risk

a) PM2.5
 AdjustmentHR (95% CI) per 1 SD higher in PM2.5Z-valueP-value
 Age & Sex1.19 (1.01,1.39)2.10.04
 Above + smoking1.17 (1.00,1.37)1.950.05
 Above + race1.14 (0.96,1.34)1.530.13
 Above + SBP1.13 (0.96,1.33)1.480.14
 Above + Diabetes1.15 (0.97,1.35)1.650.1
 Above + BMI1.16 (0.98,1.38)1.760.08
 Above + Total cholesterol1.18 (1.00,1.40)1.940.05
 Above + HDL-c1.19 (1.00,1.41)20.05
 Above + TG1.19 (1.00,1.41)2.020.04
b) Black Carbon
 AdjustmentHR (95% CI) per 1 SD higher in BCZ-valueP-value
 Age & Sex1.11 (0.95,1.29)1.350.18
 Above + smoking1.11 (0.95,1.29)1.310.19
 Above + race1.09 (0.94,1.27)1.140.25
 Above + SBP1.10 (0.94,1.28)1.160.24
 Above + Diabetes1.09 (0.93,1.27)1.10.27
 Above + BMI1.10 (0.94,1.28)1.190.24
 Above + Total cholesterol1.11 (0.95,1.30)1.370.17
 Above + HDL-c1.12 (0.96,1.30)1.390.16
 Above + TG1.12 (0.96,1.31)1.460.14