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acute myocardical infraction

Anne Delgado, Bruno Rodrigues, Sara Nunes, Rui Baptista, Bruno Marmelo, Davide Moreira, Pedro Gama, Luís Nunes, Oliveira Santos, Costa Cabral
BACKGROUND: Heart failure (HF) is a highly prevalent syndrome. Although the long-term prognostic factors have been identified in chronic HF, this information is scarcer with respect to patients with acute HF. despite available data in the literature on long-term prognostic factors in chronic HF, data on acute HF patients are more scarce. OBJECTIVES: To develop a predictor of unfavorable prognostic events in patients hospitalized for acute HF syndromes, and to characterize a group at higher risk regarding their clinical characteristics, treatment and outcomes...
December 2016: Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia
Ekrema Mujarić, Besim Prnjavorac, Merlina Kalajdžija-Cero, Harun Šestić, Almir Rošić, Rifat Sejdinović, Sefveta Mustafić, Amila Mehmedović
AIM: To analyze a change of level of nautriuretic peptide (NT pro- BNP) caused by stress distension of myocardial wall in cases of acute myocardial infarction (AIM), as a possible predictor of early heart failure. METHODS: Patients with myocardial infarction were followed up. Standard clinical and laboratory examination, including NT pro- BNP, and other laboratory analyses, were performed on the day of admission, the next day and on the eighth day of hospitalization...
February 2014: Medicinski Glasnik
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