|Outcomes at 5 months to 5 years||Number of trials (n)||Comparisons||Weighted event rates||RRR (95% CI)||NNT (CI)|
|*MI = myocardial infarction; SMT = stress management training. Other abbreviations defined in glossary; weighted event rates, RRR, NNT, and CI calculated from data in article using a fixed effects model.|
|Non-fatal MI||18 (10 200)||All PSIs v control||7% v 9%||20% (9 to 30)||50 (34 to 100)|
|Non-fatal MI||8 (3990)||SMT v control||4% v 6%||29% (8 to 45)||50 (34 to ∞)†|
|Cardiac mortality||4 (1412)||SMT v control||3% v 6%||37% (0 to 60)||34 (20 to ∞)†|
Review: psychological interventions do not reduce all cause or cardiac mortality in coronary heart disease
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