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Clinical and research medicine: Coronary heart disease
e0390 Relationship of no or slow reflow of patients with acute myocardial infarction after PCI with the stressing blood sugar and hs-CRP
  1. Wei Peng1,
  2. Fu Qiang1,
  3. Bai Jie2,
  4. Sheng Yang1,
  5. Liu Yi1,
  6. Lu Yi1
  1. 1Department of Cardiology, Xuzhou Central Hospital
  2. 2Changhai Hospital of Shanghai

Abstract

Objective To study releation between the stressing blood sugar and hs-CRP and the no or slow reflow occurred in patients with acute myocardial infarction after primary PCI.

Methods 253 patients be suspected STEMI with chest pain were admitted to this study, all patients were selected from heart center of our hospital and the time of D-to-B was less than 6 h. were divided into group of no or slow reflow and group of normal control according to the results of CAG.

Results 26 patients had no or slow reflow, and the stressing blood sugar, hs-CRP of group with no reflow were super to the control group obviously (p<0.05 or p<0.01).

Conclusion detection of stressing blood sugar and hs-CRP were correlated to the occuration of no or slow reflow after primary PCI, and can be used to predict the Prognosis.

  • Acute myocardial infarction
  • primary PCI
  • no or slow reflow
  • stressing blood sugar
  • high sensitivity C-reactive protein

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