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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH

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A study to determine angiographic findings in patients of acute coronary syndrome at teaching Hospital

Author: DR.MRS.PATIL SHILPA, DR.MRS.PATANGE APARNA, DR.MRS.VASANT DEOKAR, DR.MRS.KAPALE R.J, DR.MRS PUJARI BHUPAL
Abstract: Introduction- Acute coronary syndromes are the commonest and most important cause for premature death in both developed and developing countries. Study was aimed to determine angiographic findings in patients of acute coronary syndrome. Methods- descriptive study was conducted at tertiary care hospital with 100 samples. Results- Majority of patients 50% were in the age group of =60 yrs., males were 60%.82 (82%) Patients in this study presented with chest sensation. Tobacco chewing (60%) was the most common addiction. The mean S. Cholesterol value was 177.51 ±44.08 mg/dl, In the age group of 40-59 yrs., S. Cholesterol had a mean value of 181.71 mg/dl Serum Triglyceride levels 35% were raised. Serum LDL cholesterol levels were found to be raised in 59% ; males having mean of 108.65 ± 4.40 mg/dl In this study it was found that 56% patients had low (=40 mg/dl) serum HDL cholesterol levels .At the time of presentation ECG was recorded and interpreted to have diagnosis of anterior wall myocardial ischemia 31% .37 patients out of 50 (74%) in the age group of =60 had regional wall motion abnormality. Maximum no. of patients had 33% single vessel involvement. CONCLUSION-There is male preponderance the severity of the lesion increases with the age. Anterior wall myocardial ischemia unstable angina was the most common. Patients with multiple risk factors had more of multi-vessel disease.
Keyword: angiography, acute coronary syndrome, tertiary care.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.069
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