AB0265 Clinical predictor factors associated with sustained disease activity among patients with early rheumatoid arthritis

M.G. Gonzalez Alvarez, J. Molina, L. Nuño, V. Navarro-Compán, A. Villalba, D. Peiteado, P. Bogas, A. Balsa, on behalf of IdiPaz
2018 Rheumatoid arthritis – prognosis, predictors and outcome   unpublished
in men), with a linear increase throughout the study period from 65.3 in 1999 until 70.5 in 2015 (p<0.001). The main admission code was for Osteoarticular and connective tissue diseases (20%) followed by Circulatory system diseases (16.8%). There were a total of 18 641 intrahospital deaths (5.5% of all the admissions). The age-adjusted admission rate was 12.03/100 RA patients*yr (9,12 for women and 1.88 for men). The age-adjusted admission rate increased from 1999 to 2015 (in both genders). An
more » ... nnual increase of admission rate of 3.7% is estimated. When adjusting by age, the largest increase is observed in patients older than 80 years, with an estimated annual increase of 7.5%. Abstract AB0264 - Figure 1 Conclusions: In Spain, despite the improvement in RA management, there is a global tendency to the increase of admissions during the period of 1999-2015, mainly in >60 year, especially in >80 year.
doi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2018-eular.3543 fatcat:7mm252zj3zcxdn5m7e2bomr5ra