Table 2. In‐Hospital Outcomes
WomenMenAge‐Adjusted OR (95% CI)
PCI in elective patients
n=24 262 (26.9%)n=65 972 (73.1%)
Hospital death0.3% (82/24 262)0.2% (154/65 972)1.07 (0.82‐1.41)
Hospital MACE0.7% (162/24 262)0.4% (272/65 972)1.37 (1.12‐1.67)
Hospital MACCE0.8% (184/24 262)0.5% (323/65 972)1.31 (1.09‐1.57)
Nonfatal resuscitation0.2% (44/24 262)0.1% (90/65 972)1.33 (0.92‐1.91)
Access‐related complications1.8% (447/24 245)0.8% (553/65 932)2.07 (1.83‐2.36)
PCI in NSTE‐ACS patients without cardiogenic shock
n=14 336 (29.7%)n=33 879 (70.3%)
Hospital death2.4% (350/14 336)1.8% (597/33 879)1.02 (0.89‐1.16)
Hospital MACE2.7% (388/14 336)2.0% (670/33 879)1.04 (0.91‐1.18)
Hospital MACCE2.9% (415/14 336)2.1% (704/33 879)1.06 (0.94‐1.21)
Nonfatal resuscitation0.3% (47/14 336)0.2% (67/33 879)1.61 (1.10‐2.37)
Access‐related complications2.3% (324/14 299)1.0% (352/33 844)1.99 (1.70‐2.33)
PCI in STEMI‐ACS patients without cardiogenic shock
n=9156 (27.8%)n=23 830 (72.2%)
Hospital death6.3% (581/9156)3.6% (854/23 830)1.19 (1.06‐1.33)
Hospital MACE6.6% (608/9156)3.8% (906/23 830)1.19 (1.07‐1.34)
Hospital MACCE6.8% (621/9156)3.9% (924/23 830)1.20 (1.08‐1.34)
Nonfatal resuscitation0.7% (65/9156)0.6% (154/23 830)1.18 (0.87‐1.59)
Access‐related complications2.2% (201/9142)0.8% (201/23 808)2.32 (1.89‐2.85)
PCI in cardiogenic shock
n=963 (30.3%)n=2219 (69.7%)
Hospital death46.5% (448/963)40.4% (896/2219)1.05 (0.89‐1.23)
Hospital MACE46.6% (449/963)40.6% (902/2219)1.04 (0.89‐1.22)
Hospital MACCE46.6% (449/963)40.7% (903/2219)1.04 (0.89‐1.22)
Nonfatal resuscitation2.7% (26/963)3.2% (70/2219)0.93 (0.59‐1.49)
Access‐related complications1.1% (11/961)0.4% (9/2206)2.66 (1.07‐6.63)
  • Values are expressed as percentages (number of occurrences/available cases). Only relevant data are shown. The complete tables can be found in Tables S5 through S8. MACCE, major adverse cardiac or cerebrovascular event (death, nonfatal myocardial infarction, hospital transient ischemic attack, and hospital stroke); MACE, major adverse cardiac event (death, nonfatal myocardial infarction); NSTE‐ACS, non‐ST elevation acute coronary syndrome; OR, odds ratio; PCI, percutaneous coronary intervention; STEMI, ST elevation myocardial infarction.