Table 5

Univariate Predictors of Angiographic Percent Area Stenosis (n = 654)

Parametersβ Coeff. (95% CI)p Value
Age1.1 (−0.3 to 2.5)0.14
Male gender (n = 456)20.5 (−9.5 to 50.4)0.18
Non-white race (n = 74)43.9 (2 to 85.8)0.04
BMI−1.5 (−3.7 to 0.7)0.19
Current smoker (n = 182)13.1 (−17.6 to 43.7)0.40
Systolic BP−0.1 (−0.9 to 0.6)0.73
Diastolic BP−0.2 (−1.5 to 1.1)0.77
Total cholesterol0.1 (−0.3 to 0.5)0.61
LDL cholesterol0.2 (−0.3 to 0.7)0.52
HDL cholesterol−0.8 (−2.1 to 0.4)0.20
Triglycerides0.1 (−0.1 to 0.2)0.40
Apo B0.2 (−0.3 to 0.8)0.43
CRP−0.1 (−12.6 to 12.3)0.98
Diabetes (n = 128)27.2 (−7.1 to 61.4)0.12
Hypertension (n = 439)9.1 (−19.8 to 38.1)0.54
Prior MI (n = 228)27.3 (−0.6 to 55.3)0.055
Angina (n = 587)−29.5 (−73.2 to 14.2)0.19
Prior procedure (n = 447)35.6 (6.2 to 65)0.02
Prior revascularization (n = 438)38.5 (9.4 to 67.6)0.01
Stroke (n = 22)65 (−19.5 to 149.4)0.13
Metabolic syndrome (n = 268)−7.4 (−34.8 to 20)0.60

Abbreviations as in Table 1.

  • β coefficient (β Coeff.), 95% confidence interval (CI) of β Coeff., and p value are based on univariate least-square regression analysis using rank-transformed angiographic parameter as the dependent variable.