Table 20GRADE table for accuracy of NIT modalities in women with no known CAD

NIT and OutcomeQuantity and Type of EvidenceFindingStarting GradeDecrease GRADEGRADE of Evidence for OutcomeOverall GRADE
Risk of BiasConsistencyDirectnessPrecisionPublication Bias
CMR5Low
Sensitivity72%High0−10−10Low
Specificity84%High0−10−10Low
Coronary CTA5Low
Sensitivity93%High0−10−10Low
Specificity77%High0−10−10Low
ECG29High
Sensitivity62%High00000High
Specificity68%High00000High
ECHO14High
Sensitivity79%High00000High
Specificity83%High00000High
SPECT14High
Sensitivity81%High00000High
Specificity78%High00000High

Abbreviations: CAD = coronary artery disease; CMR =cardiac magnetic resonance; CTA = computed tomography angiography; ECG = exercise/stress electrocardiogram; ECHO = echocardiogram; SPECT = single proton emission computed tomography

From: Summary and Discussion

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