Table 6:

Rate of revascularization* per clinical chemistry score in participants at 30 days after presentation to the emergency department in the overall cohort population

Intervention rate by score of the CCSRate of revascularization
CCS with hs-cTnI test
Score and no. of participantsCCS 0
n = 378
CCS 1
n = 847
CCS 2
n = 1052
CCS 3
n = 1015
CCS 4
n = 476
CCS 5
n = 477
No. of events313387567125
% (95% CI)0.79 (0.16–2.32)1.54 (0.82–2.63)3.61 (2.56–4.96)7.39 (5.81–9.26)14.1 (10.9–17.9)26.2 (21.8–31.2)
CCS with hs-cTnT test
Score and no. of participantsCCS 0
n = 444
CCS 1
n = 888
CCS 2
n = 1012
CCS 3
n = 815
CCS 4
n = 532
CCS 5
n = 554
No. of events619436573115
% (95% CI)1.35 (0.50–2.94)2.14 (1.29–3.34)4.25 (3.08–5.72)7.98 (6.15–10.2)13.7 (10.8–17.3)20.8 (17.1–24.9)
p value between rates for hs-cTnI and hs-cTnT0.50.70.90.90.90.1
  • Note: CCS = clinical chemistry score, CI = confidence interval, hs-cTnI = high-sensitivity cardiac troponin I, hs-cTnT = high-sensitivity cardiac troponin T.

  • * Percutaneous coronary intervention or coronary artery bypass graft.

  • Combined cohorts, n = 4245.