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Table 1 Clinical outcomes and utility values, age and sex subgroup (N = 11527)*

From: Economic evaluation of increasing population rates of cardiac catheterization

  Males (n = 7885, 68%) Females (n = 3642, 32%)
  Under 65
n = 4684
65-75
n = 1992
Over 75
n = 1209
Under 65
n = 1722
65-75
n = 1038
Over 75
n = 882
Risk of death associated with catheterization (%)** 0.01 0.03 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.06
Left main disease (%,n) 5.3 (247) 11.0 (220) 17.0 (205) 2.3 (40) 4.0 (41) 7.5 (66)
Probability of revascularization (%) 84.2 81.8 68.3 92.5 73.2 71.2
Of those revascularized, probability of receiving CABG (%) 92.8 90.6 84.3 83.8 90.0 83.0
3 -vessel disease (%,n) 21.3 (996) 30.8 (614) 36.2 (438) 9.4 (161) 18.1 (188) 26.9 (237)
Probability of revascularization (%) 82.0 73.5 67.1 75.8 68.1 63.3
Of those revascularized, probability of receiving CABG (%) 44.9 52.3 42.5 50.8 39.8 28.7
1- or 2-vessel disease (%,n) 73.5 (3441) 58.1 (1158) 46.8 (566) 88.3 (1521) 77.9 (809) 65.7 (579)
Probability of revascularization (%) 53.6 54.6 53.2 31.6 41.4 46.8
Of those revascularized, probability of receiving CABG (%) 13.5 21.4 28.2 19.8 21.2 21.0
Mean utility scores (EQ-5D)       
Left main disease (n) 275 273 116 45 57 35
Revascularized (mean, SD) 0.77 (0.26) 0.80 (0.22) 0.78 (0.25) 0.76 (0.25) 0.75 (0.29) 0.87 (0.14)
Medical management (mean, SD) 0.81 (0.21) 0.77 (0.26) 0.86 (0.15) 0.87 (0.14) 0.81 (0.21) 0.70 (0.28)
3 -vessel disease (n) 1094 822 350 185 209 181
Revascularized (mean, SD) 0.80 (0.22) 0.81 (0.21) 0.82 (0.21) 0.82 (0.17) 0.80 (0.22) 0.80 (0.22)
Medical management (mean, SD) 0.80 (0.21) 0.79 (0.24) 0.81 (0.22) 0.80 (0.22) 0.81 (0.24) 0.84 (0.22)
1- or 2-vessel disease (n) 3056 1070 357 1181 667 339
Revascularized (mean, SD) 0.81 (0.23) 0.82 (0.23) 0.83 (0.24) 0.81 (0.21) 0.84 (0.20) 0.85 (0.20)
Medical management (mean, SD) 0.81 (0.23) 0.81 (0.23) 0.80 (0.22) 0.82 (0.22) 0.80 (0.24) 0.81 (0.21)
  1. * All inputs are calculated from the Alberta Provincial Project for Outcomes Assessment in Coronary Heart disease database; a prospective on-going registry of all patients undergoing cardiac catheterization.
  2. **calculated based on patients undergoing catheterization for stable angina dying within 3 days