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Table 3 Death rate according to HDL-C and IF1 and association with mortality

From: Serum levels of mitochondrial inhibitory factor 1 are independently associated with long-term prognosis in coronary artery disease: the GENES Study

HDL-C
  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 P for trend
(n = 145) (n = 151) (n = 132) (n = 143)
Death rates, % 25.5 34.4 29.5 29.4 0.65
Hazard ratio for total mortality, 95 % CI 1 1.42 (0.93–2.17) 1.18 (0.75–1.84) 1.18 (0.76–1.83) 0.72
Hazard ratio for cardiovascular mortality, 95 % CI 1 1.45 (0.88–2.57) 1.12
(0.60–2.07)
0.95
(0.50–1.80)
0.67
IF1
  Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 P for trend
(n = 147) (n = 141) (n = 145) (n = 144)
Death rates, % 36.7 31.2 26.9 22.9 0.007
Death rate per-person years, number of deaths per 1000 person-years 38.8 32.2 27.2 23.2 0.007
Hazard ratio for total mortality, 95 % CI 1 0.83 (0.56–1.23) 0.69 (0.45–1.04) 0.55 (0.38–0.89) 0.008
Hazard ratio for cardiovascular mortality, 95 % CI 1 0.51 (0.28–0.94) 0.65 (0.38–1.12) 0.50 (0.28–0.89) 0.03
Hazard ratio for cancer mortality, 95 % CI 1 1.24 (0.51–2.99) 0.53 (0.18–1.57) 0.53 (0.18–1.58) 0.12
  1. Quartiles for HDL-C: 0.38, 0.42, 0.48 g/L
  2. Quartiles for IF1: 0.35, 0.41, 0.49 mg/L