|Age (yrs)||Gender||Typical/Definite Angina Pectoris||Atypical/Probable Angina Pectoris||Nonanginal Chest Pain||Asymptomatic|
|Women||Intermediate||Very low||Very low||Very low|
|Women||Intermediate||Low||Very low||Very low|
High: Greater than 90% pre-test probability; Intermediate: Between 10% and 90% pre-test probability; Low: Between 5% and 10% pre-test probability; Very Low: Less than 5% pre-test probability.
Reproduced with permission from ACC/AHA 2002 Guideline Update for Exercise Testing (11).
↵⁎ No data exist for patients less than 30 years or greater than 69 years, but it can be assumed that prevalence of CAD increases with age. In a few cases, patients with ages at the extremes of the decades listed may have probabilities slightly outside the high or low range.