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Table 2 Univariable predictors of death after diagnosis of i-LVNC (n = 47)

From: Do children with left ventricular noncompaction and a noncompaction-to-compaction ratio < 2 have a better prognosis?

Variable HR 95% Confidence interval p value
Male 1.001 0.99–1.01 0.845
Presentation with heart failure 1.47 0.33–6.58 0.613
Family history of cardiomyopathy 3.88 0.47–31.85 0.207
Arrhythmia/abnormal findings on electrocardiography 2.03 0.63–6.55 0.236
Baseline EF 1.01 0.97–1.06 0.573
Baseline FS 1.03 0.95–1.12 0.498
NC/C ratio 1.72 0.90–3.29 0.098
  1. EF ejection fraction, FS fractional shortening, HR hazard ratio, i-LVNC isolated left ventricular noncompaction, NC/C ratio noncompaction-to-compaction ratio
  2. p < 0.05 shows statistical significance