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Table 2 Results for clinical depression, clinical anxiety and their comorbidity as different predictors of follow-up events

From: Comorbidity of depression and anxiety leads to a poor prognosis following angina pectoris patients: a prospective study

Event   Clinical depression Clinical anxiety Clinical comorbidity
Unadjusted HR
(95%CI)
P Adjusted HR
(95%CI)
P Unadjusted HR
(95%CI)
P Adjusted HR
(95%CI)
P Unadjusted HR
(95%CI)
P Adjusted HR
(95%CI)
P
Noncardiac Reference 2.81 (1.30–6.10) 0.009* 2.38 (1.06–5.33) 0.035* 3.46(1.37–8.72) 0.008* 2.85 (1.10–7.45) 0.032* 3.74(1.39–10.10) 0.009* 2.91(1.03–8.18) 0.043*
Cardiac Reference 1.06 (0.52–2.19) 0.872 1.28 (0.61–2.67) 0.513 1.21(0.48–3.07) 0.684 1.39 (0.54–3.57) 0.493 1.25(0.45–3.50) 0.670 1.32(0.47–3.7) 0.604
Mace Reference 1.53 (0.84–2.78) 0.169 1.71 (0.92–3.16) 0.089 1.99(0.97–4.07) 0.061 2.23 (1.07–4.64) 0.032* 2.27(1.07–4.81) 0.033* 2.38(1.11–5.10) 0.025*
Composite Reference 1.63 (0.99–2.66) 0.054 1.73(1.04–2.87) 0.036* 2.19(1.23–3.91) 0.008* 2.30 (1.27–4.15) 0.006* 2.44(1.31–4.52) 0.005* 2.52(1.35–4.69) 0.004*
  1. The table were combined with results of 3 survival analyses including clinical depression vs reference, clinical anxiety vs reference and clinical comorbidity vs reference
  2. Reference: no depression or anxiety
  3. Clinical Depression: PHQ-9 scores of ≥10
  4. Clinical Anxiety: GAD-7 scores of ≥10
  5. Clinical Comorbidity: Both PHQ-9 and GAD-7 scores of ≥10
  6. *:P < 0.05