Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death: Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study

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Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death : Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study. / Rasmussen, Peter Vibe; Nielsen, Jonas Bille; Pietersen, Adrian; Graff, Claus; Lind, Bent; Struijk, Johannes Jan; Olesen, Morten Salling; Haunsø, Stig; Køber, Lars; Svendsen, Jesper Hastrup; Holst, Anders Gaarsdal.

I: American Heart Association. Journal. Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease, Bind 3, Nr. 3, e000549, 06.2014, s. 1-16.

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Rasmussen, PV, Nielsen, JB, Pietersen, A, Graff, C, Lind, B, Struijk, JJ, Olesen, MS, Haunsø, S, Køber, L, Svendsen, JH & Holst, AG 2014, 'Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death: Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study', American Heart Association. Journal. Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease, bind 3, nr. 3, e000549, s. 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1161/JAHA.113.000549

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Rasmussen, P. V., Nielsen, J. B., Pietersen, A., Graff, C., Lind, B., Struijk, J. J., ... Holst, A. G. (2014). Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death: Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study. American Heart Association. Journal. Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease, 3(3), 1-16. [e000549]. https://doi.org/10.1161/JAHA.113.000549

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Rasmussen PV, Nielsen JB, Pietersen A, Graff C, Lind B, Struijk JJ o.a. Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death: Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study. American Heart Association. Journal. Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease. 2014 jun;3(3):1-16. e000549. https://doi.org/10.1161/JAHA.113.000549

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Rasmussen, Peter Vibe ; Nielsen, Jonas Bille ; Pietersen, Adrian ; Graff, Claus ; Lind, Bent ; Struijk, Johannes Jan ; Olesen, Morten Salling ; Haunsø, Stig ; Køber, Lars ; Svendsen, Jesper Hastrup ; Holst, Anders Gaarsdal. / Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death : Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study. I: American Heart Association. Journal. Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disease. 2014 ; Bind 3, Nr. 3. s. 1-16.

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title = "Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death: Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study",
abstract = "BACKGROUND: We sought to perform a study assessing the association between electrocardiographic ST-segment deviations and cardiovascular death (CVD), in relation to sex and age (≥ and <65 years), in a large primary care population without overt ischemic heart disease.METHODS AND RESULTS: Using computerized analysis of ECGs from 285 194 persons, we evaluated the association between precordial ST-segment deviations and the risk of CVD. All data on medication, comorbidity, and outcomes were retrieved from Danish registries. After a median follow-up period of 5.8 years, there were 6679 cardiovascular deaths. Increasing ST-depression was associated with an increased risk of CVD in almost all of the precordial leads, with the most robust association seen in lead V5 to V6. ST-elevations in lead V2 to V6 were associated with increased risk of CVD in young women, but not in men. However, ST-elevations in V1 increased the risk for both genders and age groups, exemplified by a HR of 1.80 (95{\%} CI [1.19 to 2.74], P=0.005) for men <65 years with ST-elevations ≥ 150 μV versus a nondeviating ST-segment (-50 μV to +50 μV). In contrast, for men <65 years, ST-elevations in lead V2 to V3 conferred a decreased risk of CVD with a HR of 0.77 (95{\%} CI [0.62 to 0.96], P<0.001) for ST-elevations ≥ 150 μV in V2.CONCLUSION: We found that ST-depressions were associated with a dose-responsive increased risk of CVD in nearly all the precordial leads. ST-elevations conferred an increased risk of CVD in women and with regard to lead V1 also in men. However, ST-elevations in V2 to V3 were associated with a decreased risk of CVD in young men.",
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T1 - Electrocardiographic Precordial ST‐Segment Deviations and the Risk of Cardiovascular Death

T2 - Results From the Copenhagen ECG Study

AU - Rasmussen, Peter Vibe

AU - Nielsen, Jonas Bille

AU - Pietersen, Adrian

AU - Graff, Claus

AU - Lind, Bent

AU - Struijk, Johannes Jan

AU - Olesen, Morten Salling

AU - Haunsø, Stig

AU - Køber, Lars

AU - Svendsen, Jesper Hastrup

AU - Holst, Anders Gaarsdal

PY - 2014/6

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N2 - BACKGROUND: We sought to perform a study assessing the association between electrocardiographic ST-segment deviations and cardiovascular death (CVD), in relation to sex and age (≥ and <65 years), in a large primary care population without overt ischemic heart disease.METHODS AND RESULTS: Using computerized analysis of ECGs from 285 194 persons, we evaluated the association between precordial ST-segment deviations and the risk of CVD. All data on medication, comorbidity, and outcomes were retrieved from Danish registries. After a median follow-up period of 5.8 years, there were 6679 cardiovascular deaths. Increasing ST-depression was associated with an increased risk of CVD in almost all of the precordial leads, with the most robust association seen in lead V5 to V6. ST-elevations in lead V2 to V6 were associated with increased risk of CVD in young women, but not in men. However, ST-elevations in V1 increased the risk for both genders and age groups, exemplified by a HR of 1.80 (95% CI [1.19 to 2.74], P=0.005) for men <65 years with ST-elevations ≥ 150 μV versus a nondeviating ST-segment (-50 μV to +50 μV). In contrast, for men <65 years, ST-elevations in lead V2 to V3 conferred a decreased risk of CVD with a HR of 0.77 (95% CI [0.62 to 0.96], P<0.001) for ST-elevations ≥ 150 μV in V2.CONCLUSION: We found that ST-depressions were associated with a dose-responsive increased risk of CVD in nearly all the precordial leads. ST-elevations conferred an increased risk of CVD in women and with regard to lead V1 also in men. However, ST-elevations in V2 to V3 were associated with a decreased risk of CVD in young men.

AB - BACKGROUND: We sought to perform a study assessing the association between electrocardiographic ST-segment deviations and cardiovascular death (CVD), in relation to sex and age (≥ and <65 years), in a large primary care population without overt ischemic heart disease.METHODS AND RESULTS: Using computerized analysis of ECGs from 285 194 persons, we evaluated the association between precordial ST-segment deviations and the risk of CVD. All data on medication, comorbidity, and outcomes were retrieved from Danish registries. After a median follow-up period of 5.8 years, there were 6679 cardiovascular deaths. Increasing ST-depression was associated with an increased risk of CVD in almost all of the precordial leads, with the most robust association seen in lead V5 to V6. ST-elevations in lead V2 to V6 were associated with increased risk of CVD in young women, but not in men. However, ST-elevations in V1 increased the risk for both genders and age groups, exemplified by a HR of 1.80 (95% CI [1.19 to 2.74], P=0.005) for men <65 years with ST-elevations ≥ 150 μV versus a nondeviating ST-segment (-50 μV to +50 μV). In contrast, for men <65 years, ST-elevations in lead V2 to V3 conferred a decreased risk of CVD with a HR of 0.77 (95% CI [0.62 to 0.96], P<0.001) for ST-elevations ≥ 150 μV in V2.CONCLUSION: We found that ST-depressions were associated with a dose-responsive increased risk of CVD in nearly all the precordial leads. ST-elevations conferred an increased risk of CVD in women and with regard to lead V1 also in men. However, ST-elevations in V2 to V3 were associated with a decreased risk of CVD in young men.

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KW - Age Factors

KW - Aged

KW - Aged, 80 and over

KW - Cardiovascular Diseases

KW - Denmark

KW - Electrocardiography

KW - Female

KW - Heart

KW - Humans

KW - Male

KW - Middle Aged

KW - Proportional Hazards Models

KW - Risk Factors

KW - Sex Factors

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