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Association between HbA1c levels with severity of coronary artery disease and short-term outcomes of acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction in nondiabetic patients
Background: The severity of coronary artery disease (CAD) is directly related to the quality of glucose control in diabetic patients. Additionally, mortality after an acute coronary syndrome is higher in patients with ...
Higher Frequency of Nocturnal Blood Pressure Dipping but Not Heart Rate Dipping in Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
Masked hypertension (MHTN) and lack of nocturnal dipping in blood pressure (BP) have been linked to the state of inflammation.We aimed to assess the frequency of nocturnal patterns of BP and heart rate (HR) in patients ...
Is female gender associated with worse outcome after ST elevation myocardial infarction?
To investigate the impact of gender in outcomes of patients with ST segment myocardial infarction in a setting with limited access to primary percutaneous coronary intervention METHODS: In 1017 consecutive patients ...
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Predictors of hospital mortality and serious complications in patients admitted with excessive warfarin anticoagulation.
Warfarin is the most commonly used oral anticoagulant and serious bleeding remains the most feared complication. Excessive warfarin anticoagulation (EWA) can be associated with adverse outcome. We aimed to identify the ...
The prognostic value of a prominent Q wave in lead (-)aVR in acute anterior wall myocardial infarction.
This study aimed to determine the association of a prominent Q wave in lead (-)aVR with clinical, echocardiographic and angiographic findings in anterior ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and to evaluate the role ...
Clinical and laboratory predictors of coronary slow flow in coronary angiography.
The coronary slow-flow phenomenon (CSFP) is a multifactorial angiographic finding with no established pathogenesis.To investigate the role of clinical profile and laboratory findings in patients with CSFP.We prospectively ...