Mediators of Inflammation / 2009 / Article / Tab 1

Clinical Study

Comparative Value of Simple Inflammatory Markers in the Prediction of Left Ventricular Systolic Dysfunction in Postacute Coronary Syndrome Patients

Table 1

Clinical characteristics of the patients according to systolic heart function.

With LVSDWithout LVSD

Age (yrs) .17
Male sex (%)8078.58
BMI (Kg/ ) .14
Systolic blood pressure at entry .013
Diastolic blood pressure at entry .05
Heart rate at entry .71
Diagnosis MI (%)8471 .0001
Number of Vessel disease .0001
Previous CHD (%)4947.62
Time delay (min) .65
Troponin I at entry .0001
Uric acid (mg/dL) .0001
Blood glucose at entry (mg/dL) .01
CRP (mg/L) .0001
WBC count .05
Creat clear (mL/min) .01
Ht (%) .93
LDL (mg/dL) .59
Prior statin therapy (% hyperlipidemics)4442.21
Current smoking %4947.49
Physical activity (%)5866.30
Hypertension (%)5962.36
Receiving medication for hypertension (%)4149.32
Diabetes mellitus (%)3630.13
Receiving oral medication for diabetes mellitus (%)3136.08
Insulin therapy (%)3033.18

LVSD indicates left ventricular systolic dysfunction; BMI indicates body mass index; Ht indicates hematocrit; Time delay = time in minutes from symptoms onset till hospitalization; Previous CHD: previous known coronary heart disease.

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