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Psychosocial and socioeconomic determinants of cardiovascular mortality in Eastern Europe: A multicentre prospective cohort study

Fig 5

Increased risk of cardiovascular mortality from being male and/or being in Russia (versus being a female in Central Europe).

Central Europe = Poland or Czech Republic. There were 109, 67, 198, and 175 events, respectively in the four groups shown (from top to bottom).

Conventional factors = diabetes, smoking, blood pressure, cholesterol, HDL, BMI, physical activity, alcohol.

Full adjustment = conventional factors + material possessions, depression, contacting relatives, contacting friends, friends*gender interaction, marital status, unemployment.

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