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Table 1 Patient demographic and clinical factors a

From: Increased 30-day and 1-year mortality rates and lower coronary revascularisation rates following acute myocardial infarction in patients with autoimmune rheumatic disease

  AIRD Non-AIRD
Patients, n (%) 1,409 (1.8) 77,981 (98.2)
Age, median (IQR) 77 (68 to 83) 74 (61 to 82)
Female, n (%) 894 (63.5) 30,489 (39.1)
Indigenous,b n (%) 6 (2.0) 556 (3.7)
Married/de facto,b n (%) 137 (46.3) 9,007 (59.5)
High accessibility to services,c,d n (%) 1,232 (87.8) 67,550 (87.1)
Lowest quartile of SEIFA-IRSD, n (%) 190 (13.5) 11,102 (14.3)
Elective admission,e n (%) 213 (19.1) 10,923 (17.4)
Public hospital admission,e n (%) 709 (63.7) 41,965 (66.8)
Comorbidities at index admission, n (%)
  Hypertension 579 (41.1) 34,687 (44.5)
  Arrhythmia 437 (31.0) 22,202 (28.5)
  Congestive heart failure 511 (36.3) 20,955 (26.9)
  Smoker 168 (11.9) 15,816 (20.3)
  Hypercholesterolaemia 143 (10.2) 12,750 (16.4)
  Diabetes 300 (21.3) 16,183 (20.7)
  Renal disease 284 (20.2) 9,649 (12.4)
  Pulmonary disease 161 (11.4) 5,927 (7.6)
  Cerebrovascular accident 103 (7.3) 4,227 (5.4)
  Cancer 67 (4.7) 4,781 (6.1)
  Obesity 47 (3.3) 3119 (4.0)
  Paraplegia 51 (3.6) 2,262 (2.9)
  Peripheral vascular disease 40 (2.8) 1,754 (2.3)
  Dementia 28 (2.0) 1,326 (1.7)
  Peptic ulcer disease 34 (2.4) 871 (1.1)
  Liver disease 16 (1.2) 443 (0.6)
  HIV 1 (<0.1) 30 (<0.1)
  1. aAIRD, Autoimmune rheumatic disease; IQR, Interquartile range; IRSD, Index of Relative Socio-economic Disadvantage; SEIFA, Socio-Economic Indexes of Areas. bAvailable for Western Australia data only (n = 15,426). cBased on Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Australia (ARIA) code 1, Major Cities, Highly Accessible. dMissing data for ARIA in Victoria data (n = 444). eAvailable for Victoria data only (n = 63,964).