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Table 2 Baseline Characteristics according to gender and age groups <65 and ≥65 years in 3901 patients admitted for primary angioplasty for ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) without diabetes

From: Age-dependent differences in diabetes and acute hyperglycemia between men and women with ST-elevation myocardial infarction: a cohort study

  Women Men p-value Women Men p-value
<65 <65 ≥65 ≥65
N = 439 N = 1701 N = 590 N = 1171
Age (year) 55(48–60) 54(49–59) 0.41 75(70–81) 73(69–78) <0.001
History of, n (%)       
MI 19(4%) 113(7%) 0.07 39(7%) 176(15%) <0.001
CABG 5(1%) 30(2%) 0.36 13(2%) 67(6%) 0.001
PCI 21(5%) 117(7%) 0.11 36(6%) 141(12%) <0.001
Stroke 5(1%) 21(1%) 0.87 17(3%) 57(5%) 0.05
Risk factors       
History of hypertension 142(32%) 431(26%) 0.004 267(45%) 432(37%) 0.001
Positive family history 227(53%) 841(51%) 0.43 170(30%) 310(27%) 0.34
Current smoking 280(65%) 963(57%) 0.004 123(21%) 263(23%) 0.41
Hypercholesterolemia 65(15%) 320(19%) 0.06 99(17%) 205(18%) 0.66
Admission data       
Glucose (mmol/l) 8.2 ± 2.2 8.0 ± 2.2 0.36 8.7 ± 2.1 8.4 ± 2.1 0.03
Killip class = 1 412(94%) 1619(96%) 0.22 519(88%) 1066(91%) 0.05
TIMI-3 before PCI 105(27%) 335(22%) 0.06 116(24%) 219(22%) 0.36
  1. Continuous variables are displayed as median and interquartile range.