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Table 1 Incidence of cardiovascular hospitalizations according to baseline characteristics of women

From: Cannabis use disorder and the future risk of cardiovascular disease in parous women: a longitudinal cohort study

  Total no. women No. cardiovascular hospitalizations Incidence per 10,000 person years (95% confidence interval)
Cannabis use disorder
 Yes 3472 169 58.4 (50.2–67.8)
 No 1,243,563 63,754 33.6 (33.3–33.9)
Age, years
 < 25 160,911 6014 24.4 (23.8–25.0)
 25–34 818,431 39,877 31.3 (31.0–31.6)
 ≥ 35 267,693 18,032 47.3 (46.7–48.0)
Gravidity
 1 510,480 30,887 36.2 (35.8–36.6)
 2 465,363 20,548 30.0 (29.6–30.4)
 ≥ 3 271,192 12,488 34.7 (34.1–35.3)
Mental illnessa
 Yes 39,801 2651 62.8 (60.4–65.2)
 No 1,207,234 61,272 33.0 (32.7–33.2)
Other substance use disorderb
 Yes 13,488 1233 79.5 (75.2–84.1)
 No 1,233,547 62,690 33.3 (33.0–33.5)
Tobacco use disorder
 Yes 31,424 2117 54.8 (52.5–57.2)
 No 1,215,611 61,806 33.2 (32.9–33.5)
Comorbidityc
 Yes 119,378 9200 63.1 (61.8–64.4)
 No 1,127,657 54,723 31.2 (30.9–31.5)
Socioeconomic deprivation
 Yes 238,801 13,921 39.7 (39.1–40.4)
 No 954,391 45,061 31.4 (31.1–31.7)
Place of residence
 Rural 225,857 13,343 38.5 (37.8–39.1)
 Urban 988,405 47,014 31.9 (31.6–32.2)
Time period
 1989–1997 419,838 43,174 41.8 (41.4–42.2)
 1998–2006 322,524 14,829 28.4 (27.9–28.8)
 2007–2016 504,673 5920 17.2 (16.8–17.7)
Total 1,247,035 63,923 33.6 (33.4–33.9)
  1. aSchizophrenia, depression, bipolar, anxiety, stress, personality disorders, suicide attempt
  2. bAlcohol, cocaine, opioids, stimulants, hallucinogens, sedatives, hypnotics, volatile solvents
  3. cDiabetes, obesity, dyslipidemia