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ECR 2019 / C-0060
Correlation of CT calcium scoring with the ACC/AHA ASCVD risk algorithm and Framingham score: a study at a mexican private preventive care centre
Congress: ECR 2019
Poster No.: C-0060
Type: Scientific Exhibit
Keywords: Cardiac, Cardiovascular system, CT, CAD, Calcifications / Calculi
Authors: A. J. Vázquez Mézquita, R. Choza Chenhalls, M. A. Teliz Meneses, N. B. Guzman Martinez, M. J. Acosta Falomir, A. P. Chischistz Condey; Mexico City/MX
DOI:10.26044/ecr2019/C-0060

Results

 

By segmenting our sample in male and female patients, the correlation between Agatston calcium score and ACC/AHA ASCVD algorithm was mild with an R-value of 0.36 (p-value < 0.001) for the female patients, whereas the male population had an R-value of 0.39 (p-value< 0.001)

The correlation between Agatston calcium score and the Framingham score is mild for both female and male patients with an R-value of 0.37 (p-value<0.00) and 0.35 (p-value <0.00), respectively.

 

Body mass index has a mild correlation with the Agatston calcium score with an R-value of 0.2 (p-value<0.01) for the female patients, whereas the male patients had a non-statistically significant R- value of 0.04 (p-value of 0.5).

 

The correlation between Agatston calcium score and abdominal circumference is very low and non-statistically significant for the male population with an R-value of 0.017 (p-value of 0.8), whereas in the female population there was a mild correlation with an R-value of 0.32 (p<0.01), which is statistically significant.

 

The Agatston calcium score has a mild positive correlation with age by having an R-value of 0.41 for the female patients (p-value< 0.001), meanwhile the Agatston calcium score also had a mild positive correlation with age with an R-value of 0.44 (p-value< 0.001) in the male patient group.

 

The ANOVA test showed a significant difference between the calcium score variances determined by different groups of age (F-value=8.254; p<0.001), nonetheless age only predicted 8% determined by Eta squared (p<0.01).

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