Table 21Comparison of Relative Risk for Hard CHD1 Among Patients With Diabetes Across Seven U.S. Cohorts23

CohortDiabetes Relative Risk (95% CI)*
Men
Framingham Heart Study1.69 (1.11-2.57)
ARIC (White)2.42 (1.69-2.57)
ARIC (Black)1.40 (0.75-2.62)
Physician's Heart Study1.54 (1.05-2.26)
Honolulu Heart Program2.55 (1.82-3.57)
Puerto Rico Heart Program2.07 (1.50-2.85)
Strong Heart Study4.29 (2.27-8.10)#
Cardiovascular Health Study1.47 (0.89-2.44)
Women
Framingham Heart Study2.38 (1.40-4.06)
ARIC (White)3.62 (2.21-5.94)
ARIC (Black)2.01 (1.16-3.48)
Strong Heart Study8.63 (2.55-29.16)#
Cardiovascular Health Study2.29 (1.23-4.23)
*

These relative risks were adjusted for age, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, total cholesterol, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and current smoking status.

#

indicates significant difference between the cohort and the FRS.

From: 3, Results

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