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Table 5 Multivariate Cox hazard model predicting MACCE and cardiac death

From: A sex-stratified long-term clinical outcome analysis in coronary chronic total occlusion patients

Variable MACCE Cardiac death
HR (95%CI) p HR (95%CI) p
Age ≥ 65 years 0.83 (0.53–1.301) 0.42 0.41 (0.143–1.164) 0.09
Sexa 1.4 (0.838–2.334) 0.2 2.1 (0.709–6.216) 0.18
HT 0.92 (0.571–1.464) 0.71 1.21 (0.403–3.628) 0.73
DM 0.81 (0.526–1.233) 0.32 0.71 (0.271–1.857) 0.49
HP 0.91 (0.604–1.377) 0.66 0.97 (0.376–2.479) 0.94
EF < 0.5 2.11 (1.326–3.365) 0.002 5.12 (2.053–12.742) < 0.001
eGFR < 60 ml/min 2.06 (1.223–3.484) 0.007 5.33 (1.998–14.237) 0.001
LM disease 1.16 (0.703–1.913) 0.56 3.69 (1.466–9.296) 0.006
CTO recanalization 0.56 (0.365–0.863) 0.009 0.28 (0.091–0.88) 0.03
  1. aFor women vs. men; multivariable Cox hazards regression analysis performed in the overall CTO patients