|Outcomes||Indo Medit||Control||Adjusted RRR (95% CI) ‡||Unadjusted NNT (CI)|
|†MI = myocardial infarction; total cardiac endpoints = combined total of non-fatal and fatal MI, and sudden cardiac death; other abbreviations defined in glossary. Unadjusted NNTs and CIs calculated from data in article. ‡RRRs adjusted for several baseline characteristics.|
|Non-fatal MI||4.2%||8.6%||53% (21 to 72)||23 (13 to 73)|
|Fatal MI||2.4%||3.4%||33% (−42 to 69)||Not significant|
|Sudden cardiac death||1.2%||3.2%||67% (14 to 87)||50 (25 to 533)|
|Total cardiac endpoints||7.8%||15%||52% (29 to 67)||14 (9 to 29)|
An Indo Mediterranean diet was more effective than a conventional prudent diet in reducing coronary artery disease risk factors and events
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