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Table 1 CFR (the 1st day) after first incident coronary event in relation to marital status

From: Marital status and occupation in relation to short-term case fatality after a first coronary event - a population based cohort

  Married Never married Divorced Widowed
Sex (%) OR Ref. (%) OR (95% CI) (%) OR (95% CI) (%) OR (95% CI)
No. first coronary events men 2091   362   434   45  
No. deaths men 486 (23.2)   147 (40.6)   161 (37.1)   16 (35.6)  
Mena   1   2.72 (2.14-3.46)   2.15 (1.72-2.69)   1.80 (0.96-3.37)
Mena, b   1   2.56 (1.99-3.29)   2.01 (1.60-2.54)   1.47 (0.78-2.79)
Mena, b, c   1   2.14 (1.63-2.81)   1.91 (1.50-2.43)   1.49 (0.77-2.89)
No. first coronary events women 343   31   104   25  
No. deaths women 66 (19.2)   11 (35.5)   28 (26.9)   9 (36.0)  
Womena   1   2.31(1.06-5.06)   1.55 (0.93-2.58)   2.36 (1.00-5.58)
Womena, b   1   2.21 (0.98-4.98)   1.78 (1.04-3.07)   2.43 (0.98-6.01)
Womena, b, c   1   2.32 (0.93-5.81)   1.87 (1.04-3.36)   2.74 (1.03-7.28)
  1. Abbreviations: OR, Odds Ratio; CI, confidence interval.
  2. OR calculated after adjustment for age at first coronary eventa and for date of first coronary event, systolic blood pressure, blood pressure medication, diabetes, cholesterol, log triglycerides, body mass index, angina pectoris, smoking, physical inactivity, stressful work, problematic alcohol behaviourb and occupationc. The final model was based on 2772 men (738 deaths) and 437 women (96 deaths) with complete information on all covariates.