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Table 5 COX proportional hazard model for the MACE of the study cohort

From: Comparison of the prognosis for different onset stage of cardiogenic shock secondary to ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction

 UnivariateMultivariate
HR95% CIp-valueHR95% CIp-value
Age1.0281.016–1.040< 0.0011.0171.005–1.0310.005
Male sex1.4131.010–1.8820.043
Hypertension1.0090.760–1.3400.95
Diabetes1.230.912–1.6600.175
Smoking0.8120.617–1.0680.136
Prior Stroke1.8631.338–2.594< 0.0011.6391.146–2.3440.007
Hyperlipdemia0.9090.545–1.5140.713
Known kidney dysfunction0.8270.589–1.1620.274
Prior MI1.5490.763–3.1450.226
Pre-procedural SBP0.9960.990–1.0020.213
Pre-procedural HR1.0050.997–1.0130.192
LVEF, per % increased0.9620.940–0.9840.0010.9780.954–0.9970.044
TG, per mmol/L increased0.8920.770–1.0320.124
TCh, per mmol/L increased0.9270.807–1.0650.285
LDL-C, per mmol/L increased0.9890.933–1.0480.700
HDL-C, per mmol/L increased0.8270.556–1.2300.348
Multivessel lesions1.4441.091–1.9110.011.4621.098–1.9470.009
Time of symptom-wire, per hour increased1.0030.994–1.0130.477
IABP utility1.1080.665–1.8470.693
Shock index (per 0.1 increased)1.0511.003–1.1020.038
Anterior MI0.7390.562–0.9720.031
Onset stage of CS
 Non- CS (reference)11
 CS on admission2.2521.345–3.7700.0021.9481.164–3.2610.011
 developed CS1.0690.711–1.6080.7481.0820.691–1.6910.73
Killips Classification
 Killips = 1(reference)1
 Killips = 21.340.933–1.9250.113
 Killips = 31.8640.914–3.8010.087
 Killips = 42.3891.423–4.0130.001
post-PCI TIMI flow of IRA
 3 (reference)11
 22.5280.938–6.8120.0672.6040.634–10.0780.181
 13.380.837–13.6430.0873.1081.130–8.0260.02
  1. MACE Major adverse cardiac events, CS Cardiogenic shock, SBP Stytolic blood pressure, HR Heart rate, bpm beats per minute, LVEF Left ventricular ejection fraction, TG Triglyceride, LDL-C Low density lipoprotein cholesterol, HDL-C High density lipoprotein cholesterol, TC Total cholesterol, IABP Intra-aortic balloon pump, MI Myocardial infarction, TIMI Thrombolysis in myocardial infarction, IRA Infarct-related artery, PCI Percutaneous coronary intervention