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Table 2 Domains and timing of assessments in SILVER-AMI

From: Design and rationale of the comprehensive evaluation of risk factors in older patients with AMI (SILVER-AMI) study

Domain (Instruments) Baseline interview Medical record abstraction Six-month interview Six-month event review
Sociodemographic characteristics (race, marital status, education, income) x    
Clinical characteristics     
Presenting symptoms x x   
Cardiac history   x   
Non-cardiac comorbidities   x   
In-hospital medications   x   
Procedures (cardiac catheterization, PCI, CABG, pacemaker, ICD)   x   x
In-hospital cardiac testing (echo, stress test)   x   
In-hospital complications   x   
Discharge medications   x   
Discharge disposition   x   
Health status measures, symptom burden, psychosocial assessments     
General health (SF-12) x   x  
CAD-specific health (SAQ-7) x   x  
General symptoms (ESAS) x   x  
Social support (MOS-SSS) x    
Comprehensive geriatric assessment     
Depressive symptoms (PHQ-8) x   x  
Cognition (TICS, COWAT) x    
Vision and hearing x    
Grip strength (dynamometer) x    
Functional mobility (TGG) x    
Activities of Daily Living x   x  
Fall assessment x   x  
Delirium (abbreviated CAM) x   x  
Orthostatic vital signs x    
Alcohol and tobacco frequency x    
Post-discharge health care utilization     
Emergency Department visits     x
Hospital readmissions     x
Cardiac procedures     x
Medication adverse effects     x
Medication adherence     x
Deaths     x
  1. Abbreviations: PCI percutaneous coronary intervention, CABG coronary artery bypass grafting, ICD implantable cardioverter defibrillator, SF-12 Short-Form 12, CAD coronary artery disease, SAQ-7 abbreviated Seattle Angina Questionnaire, ESAS Edmonton Symptom Assessment Scale, MOS-SSS Medical Outcomes Study Social Support Scale, PHQ-8 Patient Health Questionnaire, TICS Modified Telephone Interview for Cognitive Status, COWAT Controlled Word Association Test, TGG Timed Get Up and Go, CAM Confusion Assessment Method.