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Table 3 Atrial fibrillation as a predictor of mortality by Cox proportional hazard regression models

From: Atrial fibrillation in aortic stenosis - echocardiographic assessment and prognostic importance

  Hazard ratio P-value
(95% CI)
Model 1.94 (1.19-3.15) P < 0.01
Model + LVEF 1.75 (1.05-2.92) P < 0.03
Model + LAV 1.84 (1.04-3.26) P < 0.04
Model + TRmax 2.06 (1.20-3.56) P < 0.01
Model + RA pressure 2.21 (1.19-4.12) P < 0.02
Model + SPAP 2.37 (1.24-4.52) P < 0.02
Model + E/e’ 2.80 (1.66-4.72) P < 0.001
Model + LVEF + LAV + TRmax + SPAP + E/e’ 2.72 (1.12-6.61) P < 0.03
  1. Model = Adjusted for age, gender and aortic stenosis severity.
  2. CI Confidence interval, LAV Left atrial end-systolic volume, LVEF Left ventricular ejection fraction, RA pressure Estimated right atrial pressure, SPAP Estimated systolic pulmonary artery pressure, TRmax Tricuspid valve regurgitant peak gradient.