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Table 1 AMI patients characteristics

From: The association between 24-h blood pressure variability and major adverse cardiac events (MACE) in hospitalized patients with acute myocardial infarction: a retrospective cohort study

Variable N = 120
Sex, n (%)  
 Male 90 (75.0)
 Female 30 (25.0)
Age (year), Mean (SD) 57.13 ± 10.53
Body Mass Index, Median (range) 24.18 (22.22–27.53)
Diabetes mellitus, n (%) 52 (43.3)
Hypertension, n (%) 92 (76.7)
Dyslipidemia, n (%) 76 (63.3)
Smoking, n (%) 74 (61.7)
Chronic Kidney Disease, n (%) 30 (25.0)
Previous Cardiovascular Disease, n (%) 31 (25.9)
MACE, n (%) 19 (15.8)
AMI STEMI / NSTEMI 75 (62.5) / 45 (37.5)
Systolic blood pressure 117.83 ± 16.02
Diastolic blood pressure 76.64 ± 9.88
SD-SBP 11.98 ± 4.68
SD-DBP 8.82 ± 3.63
ARV-SBP 9.36 ± 3.48
ARV-DBP 7.73 ± 2.98
  1. SD-SBP = standard deviasion of systolic blood pressure; SD-DBP = standard deviasion of diastolic blood pressure
  2. ARV-SBP = average real variability of Systolic blood pressure; ARV-DBP = average real variability of diastolic blood pressure; MACE = Major Adverse Cardiac Evens; AMI = acute myocardial infarct
  3. STEMI = acute myocardial infarction with ST segment elevation
  4. NSTEMI = acute myocardial infarction without ST segment elevation