Table A—

Parameter estimates for the basic and full models predicting 10-year probability of CHD in male and female ARIC participants with diabetes

Risk variableOverall medianBasic model
Full model
WomenMenWomenMen
Sm0.975070.932990.983530.95280
XBETAmed0.998527.751102.1464017.9811
Age (years)55−0.033010.227770.029140.42128
Age2 (years2)5520.00041−0.00175−0.00028−0.00372
Race (white = 1, black = 0)0.373610.493100.655680.52539
Total cholesterol (mg/dl)
 200–279 vs. <2000.726180.460380.721220.38255
 ≥280 vs. <2001.102250.908740.858150.96119
HDL cholesterol (mg/dl)
 <45 vs. ≥500.458100.807190.393950.79065
 45–49 vs. ≥500.55162−0.257320.45172−0.29731
Systolic blood pressure (mmHg)1190.013140.004370.005490.00309
Hypertension med. (yes = 1, no = 0)0.48246−0.054610.43010−0.16935
Current smoking (yes = 1, no = 0)0.789200.152080.45265−0.05033
BMI (kg/m2)26.74−0.05122−0.05070
Waist-to-hip ratio (1 unit)0.933.299703.54309
Sport activity (1 unit)2.25−0.32062−0.05680
Keys score (1 unit)42.30.010140.03085
Serum creatinine (mg/dl)1.10.060901.09697
Serum albumin (g/dl)3.9−0.78332−0.02500
WBC (thousands/mm3)5.80.079270.02362
Factor VIII (%)1260.006370.00619
LVH (yes = 1, no = 0)0.51805−0.87211
IMT (mm)0.681.545530.81442
  • Data are n or β-coefficient. Medians for continuous variables, except for age and age2.