Table 3

Variables Associated With Higher Adjusted OR of In-Hospital Mortality in Women Presenting With AMI by Multivariable Regression Analysis

OR (95% CI)p Value
Age1.63 (1.53–1.73)<0.0001
Hospital region (compared with Northeast)
 Midwest1.95 (1.48–2.57)<0.0001
 South1.98 (1.53–2.54)<0.0001
 West1.46 (1.10–1.93)0.008
Hospital location (compared with rural)
 Urban non-teaching hospital1.63 (1.09–2.44)0.017
 Urban teaching hospital1.66 (1.11–2.73)0.014
STEMI (compared with NSTEMI)1.66 (1.40–1.97)<0.0001
Self pay (compared with Medicare)1.53 (1.07–2.19)<0.0001
Atrial fibrillation1.23 (1.02–1.48)0.034
Coagulopathy1.79 (1.40–2.29)<0.0001
Diabetes1.64 (1.37–1.97)<0.0001
Dementia1.42 (1.01–2.01)0.047
Collagen vascular disease1.49 (1.04–2.14)0.030
Chronic blood loss anemia1.89 (1.03–3.47)0.040
Congestive heart failure6.16 (3.12–12.18)<0.0001
Fluid and electrolytes disorders1.32 (1.12–1.56)0.001
Other neurological disorders1.76 (1.34–2.30)<0.0001
Peripheral vascular disease1.56 (1.27–1.91)<0.0001
Renal failure1.91 (1.54–2.38)<0.0001
Valvular heart disease3.37 (1.18–9.60)0.023
Intracranial hemorrhage55.94 (28.87–108.38)<0.0001
Gastrointestinal bleeding2.16 (1.61–2.89)<0.0001
Ventricular fibrillation3.51 (2.84–4.32)<0.0001
Cardiogenic shock7.82 (6.59–9.29)<0.0001
SCAD2.41 (2.07–2.80)<0.0001

CI = confidence interval; OR = odds ratio; other abbreviations as in Table 1.

  • Per 10-year incremental increase in age (continuous variable).