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Table 6 Predictors of 10-year mortality for STEMI with a CTO in non- IRA(n = 97) by cox regression

From: The long-term impact of a chronic total occlusion in a non-infarct-related artery on acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction after primary coronary intervention

Variable Univariate regression P value COX regression P value
OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Age ≥ 65 years 3.25 (1.05–10.08) 0.04 2.78 (0.69–11.24) 0.15
Female 0.72 (0.23–2.2) 0.56 1.67 (0.37–7.57) 0.51
Hypertension 0.61 (0.23–1.60) 0.31 0.96 (0.29–3.18) 0.95
Diabetes 0.79 (0.28–2.27) 0.67 1.25 (0.32–4.83) 0.75
Smoking history 0.91 (0.33–2.78) 0.57 0.83 (0.46–3.86) 0.68
Hyperlipidemia 0.52 (0.18–1.7) 0.22 0.70 (0.16–3.09) 0.64
Killip class ≥ 3 4.34 (1.59–11.78)  < 0.01 2.97 (1.46–6.03)  < 0.01
Renal insufficiency 3.93 (1.28–12.06) 0.01 5.61 (1.19–26.39) 0.03
Lung infection 0.84 (0.27–2.58) 0.76 0.61 (0.15–2.56) 0.49
Abnormal liver function 1.14 (0.15–8.71) 0.89 0.76 (0.04–13.67) 0.86
Stress ulcer 8.25 (2.31–29.43)  < 0.01 3.33 (0.47–24.37) 0.24
Three vessel disease 1.24 (0.28–5.44) 0.78 0.74 (0.12–4.57) 0.75
LAD culprit 0.74 (0.24–2.29) 0.59 0.85 (0.22–3.42) 0.83
  1. OMI, old myocardial infarction; CTO, chronic total occlusion; LAD, left anterior descending artery; IRA, infarct-related artery