Women in the study had more diabetes.

– The fact that a smaller a smaller body size and smaller vessels appears to be a critical factor that confers higher mortality risk in women, Lansky said.. Women in the study had more diabetes, hypertension and high cholesterol levels than men and were older than men.The women represented a high-risk population with higher short-and long-term mortality rates in comparison to men. This was demonstrated by their older, smaller body surface area, increased frequency of other diseases and risk factors, and the greater occurrence in hospital complications discussed.

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