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JCDR. 2022; 13(1): 704-710


Patients with acute coronary syndrome with special reference to diabetes mellitus

Dr. Amrendra Kumar Singh, Dr. Rajkamal Choudhary, Dr. Ravi Vishnu Prasad.


Abstract

Background: Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) indicates a serious clinical manifestation of
coronary artery disease (CAD) and is the major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide.
The present study was conducted to interrogate and to assess the patients presented with acute
coronary syndrome, for the presence of conventional risk factors with special reference to
diabetes.
Material and methods: The present study was carried out in department of Cardiology
IGIMS, Patna, on 65 patients of acute coronary syndrome of both sex, age more than 18 years
were selected based on serial ECG changes and Cardiac biomarkers then stratified
accordingly into ST elevation MI, non ST elevation MI and unstable angina. Investigations
were done.
Results: In the present study 65 patients of acute coronary syndrome were included.
Maximum patients were in the age group 51-60years. Mean age among our study population
was found to be 59.03 Years. Maximum patients with DM were with BMI 25-30 whereas
maximum patients of non DM were with BMI

Key words: Acute coronary syndrome, Diabetes mellitus, STEMI






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