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Clinical Study

The Impact of Thrombocytopenia on Outcome in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndromes: A Single Center Retrospective Study

Table 1

Clinical and laboratory data of all ACS patients and nonthrombocytopenic and thrombocytopenic ACS patients.

Clinical and laboratory data
(mean ± SD)
All
()
Nonthrombocytopenic
()
Thrombocytopenic
()
values

Age (years)64.1 ± 12.763.3 ± 12.866.8 ± 11.80.032
Admission of Troponin I (g/L)11.4 ± 23.510.6 ± 22.414.3 ± 27ns
Peak Troponin I (g/L)41.5 ± 36.241.5 ± 35.641.3 ± 38.7ns
Admission CRP (mg/L)18.9 ± 45.016.2 ± 42.328.8 ± 53.00.030
Peak CRP (mg/L)78.1 ± 88.166.0 ± 82.8117.6 ± 93.8<0.001
ICU stay (days) 3.6 ± 42.9 ± 2.36.0 ± 6.9ns
In-hospital stay (days)10.2 ± 22.79.6 ± 25.012.4 ± 10.5<0.001

ACS, acute coronary syndrome; SD, standard deviation; CRP, C-reactive protein.