Table 3—

Cox proportional hazards model comparing diabetic and nondiabetic subjects requiring hospitalization with major end points, whether incident or prevalent

End pointDiabetes (yes/no)Adjusted for social deprivationAdjusted for age and sexAdjusted for age, sex, and social deprivation
ACS1.729 (0.801–3.734)1.753 (0.811–3.789)1.862 (0.839–4.133)1.925 (0.867–4.271)
Angina2.236 (0.907–5.509)2.279 (0.923–5.667)1.875 (0.743–4.730)1.907 (0.743–4.893)
CCF2.489 (1.262–4.910)2.488 (1.262–4.906)2.255 (1.123–4.530)2.261 (1.120–4.566)
PVD1.258 (0.916–1.727)1.266 (0.922–1.740)1.140 (0.822–1.579)1.160 (0.836–1.609)
Stroke1.743 (0.860–3.534)1.733 (0.855–3.516)1.369 (0.667–2.809)1.358 (0.660–2.797)
Further major amputation2.202 (1.310–3.702)2.208 (1.312–3.715)1.943 (1.139–3.316)1.945 (1.135–3.332)
  • Data are provided unadjusted and adjusted for age, sex, and social deprivation (95% CIs). ACS, acute coronary syndrome; CCF, congestive cardiac failure.