Table 2—

Absolute and relative risk (HR) for major CVD in type 1 diabetic men and women compared with the nondiabetic comparison group stratified by (current) age bands

Men
Women
Person-yearsCVDType 1 diabetes
Without diabetes
Type 1 diabetes vs. comparison group
Person-yearsCVDType 1 diabetes
Without diabetes
Type 1 diabetes vs. comparison group
Absolute risk per 1,000 person-yearsAbsolute risk per 1,000 person-yearsHRAbsolute risk per 1,000 person-yearsAbsolute risk per 1,000 person-yearsHR
≤35 years52,985100.8 (0.4–1.6)0.07 (0.02–0.2)11.3 (2.9–43.8)47,41660.5 (0.2–1.3)0.05 (0.01–0.2)9.8 (1.8–53.6)
35–45 years29,715514.8 (3.2–7.1)1.1 (0.8–1.6)4.4 (2.5–7.6)21,323173.5 (2.1–6.1)0.2 (0.09–0.6)15.4 (5.0–47.3)
45–55 years17,1438110.6 (7.3–15.2)3.6 (2.8–4.7)3.0 (1.9–4.8)13,3903410.2 (6.7–15.5)1.1 (0.6–1.9)10.1 (5.0–20.4)
55–65 years8,16611439.4 (29.5–52.6)9.7 (7.7–12.3)4.1 (2.8–6.0)6,5354422.8 (15.0–34.7)3.9 (2.6–6.0)5.7 (3.2–10.4)
65–75 years3,1285735.2 (21.6–57.5)15.3 (11.3–20.8)2.3 (1.3–4.1)3,1113038.7 (24.1–62.3)4.9 (2.8–8.4)8.3 (4.0–17.2)
>75 years83037122.2 (69.4–215.2)34.2 (23.1–50.6)3.5 (1.6–7.3)7432587.3 (39.2–194.3)28.2 (18.0–44.2)4.0 (1.4–11.2)
Total350156
  • Data are risk (95% CI). Absolute risk is the absolute major CVD event rate expressed in person-years at risk. All HRs are stratified by year of birth and sex.