Table 5

Effect of the multidisciplinary structured lifestyle intervention on estimated 10-year risk of cardiovascular events, general health and quality of life among patients with stable cardiovascular disease compared with usual care at baseline, and at 3 and 6 months
Secondary outcome measures Baseline 3 months 6-months
Intervention n = 71 Control n = 75 Intergroup differencesaB(95% CI) p Intergroup differencesaB(95% CI) p
10-year risk cardiovascular eventa
Coronary heart disease 37.3 (20.3) 33.8 (18.8) −0.6 (−3.4/2.2) 0.67 −0.6 (−4.3/3.1) 0.75
Myocardial infarction 18.9 (13.9) 17.1 (11.6) −1.1 (−3.0/0.9) 0.29 −0.8 (−3.5/1.8) 0.53
Cerebrovascular accident 8.2 (8.0) 7.3 (6.1) −0.5 (−1.5/0.4) 0.26 −0.3 (−1.4/0.9) 0.66
Total mortality 35.0 (18.1) 34.1 (17.1) 0.2 (−2.6/3.0) 0.89 1.1 (−1.6/3.8) 0.43
General health and quality of life
SF-36 MCS 52.9 (9.8) 52.2 (11.0) 0.6 (−1.6/2.9) 0.58 −0.8 (−3.1/1.5) 0.50
   PCS 39.6 (10.6) 42.2 (9.5) 1.6 (−1.0/4.1) 0.23 1.0 (−1.7/3.7) 0.47
MacNew b 5.3 (0.8) 5.2 (0.9) 0.06 (−0.1/0.3) 0.56 0.04 (−0.2/0.2) 0.69
Vascuqol c 4.8 (1.4) 5.6 (0.9) −0.09 (−0.9/0.7) 0.81 −0.2 (−1.7/1.3) 0.78

Numbers are mean (SD) unless stated otherwise; 95% CI= 95% confidence interval; MCS=, norm-based Mental Composite Score; PCS=norm-based Physical Composite Score; aUsing the PRECARD®-riskscore24; btotal score only among cardiology patients; ctotal score only among vascular patients.

IJzelenberg et al.

IJzelenberg et al. BMC Cardiovascular Disorders 2012 12:71   doi:10.1186/1471-2261-12-71

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