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Circulation. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2010 March 10.
Published in final edited form as:
Circulation. 2009 March 10; 119(9): 1211–1219.
Published online 2009 February 23. doi: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.108.814947

Table 4

Adjusted Odds of Dying During Selected Periods in Patients With Cardiogenic Shock Complicating Acute Myocardial Infarction
Study PeriodnHospital Case-Fatality Rates %Regression #1Regression #2
19755773.71.0--
19786078.30.94
(0.33,2.69)
--
19817576.00.76
(0.29,2.01)
--
19844877.10.56
(0.19,1.67)
--
19865879.31.05
(0.35,3.13)
--
19886081.71.48
(0.50,4.38)
--
19903781.10.60
(0.18,1.97)
--
19916165.60.52
(0.19,1.42)
--
19935570.90.49
(0.17,1.40)
--
19958150.60.20
(0.08,0.51)
--
19977458.10.22
(0.09,0.57)
1.0
19996668.20.30
(0.11,0.78)
1.07
(0.36,3.16)
20017642.10.14
(0.05,0.34)
0.90
(0.32,2.56)
20034748.90.12
(0.04,0.32)
0.66
(0.22,1.97)
20055042.00.08
(0.03,0.23)
0.31
(0.10,0.95)

Regression #1 - Adjusted for patient's age, sex, length of hospital stay, history of diabetes, heart failure, or stroke, and AMI order

Regression #2 - Adjusted for patient's age, sex, length of hospital stay, and prior history of diabetes, heart failure, or stroke, AMI order, complete heart block, admission blood pressure, serum glucose, and estimated GFR findings, and receipt of do not resuscitate orders during hospitalization.