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Table 2 Frequencies and percentages of chest pain presentation and specific diagnoses for all years

From: The prevalence of non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP) using emergency department (ED) data: a Northern Ireland based study

  Diagnosis Total Diagnosis
No Anxiety (N = 179,902) Anxiety (N = 551) No Panic (N = 180,223) Panic (N = 220) No CPUC (N = 175,525) CPUC (N = 4929)   All other Diagnoses (N = 174,753) aAny Non-Cardiac Diagnosis (N = 5700)
Presenting with chest pain Yes N 8160 135 8241 54 5139 3156 8295 4950 3345
% 4.5% 24.5% 4.6% 24.5% 2.9% 64% 4.6% 2.8% 58.7%
No N 171,742 416 171,992 166 170,386 1773 172,158 169,803 2355
  % 95.5% 75.5% 95.4% 75.5% 97.1% 36% 95.4% 97.2% 41.3%
    χ2(1) = 499.29, p < .001 χ2(1) = 199.88, p < .001 χ2(1) = 40,815.10, p < .001   χ2(1) = 39,263.76, p < .001
  1. CPUC Chest pain of unknown cause
  2. aIndicates all cases discharged with anxiety, panic or CPUC