AIMI


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AIMI

An ongoing trial comparing final infarct size and clinical and angiographic outcomes in patients with acute myocardial infarction, treated with rheolytic thrombectomy followed by immediate PTCA vs. direct PTCA without thrombectomy.
Assessment Final infarct size, assessed by SPECT imaging 14 to 28 days post index procedure
Conclusion AIMI found that in a sample of 480 patients, rheolytic thrombectomy did not lead to better reperfusion and was associated with a significantly higher mortality rate at 30 days and 6 months post-procedure.
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In addition to national and local values, AIMI also provides a sensitivity table that shows how the Index value adjusts based on changes in certain underlying variables.
The AIMI is sometimes complicated by hypotension or bradycardia.
Complications of AIMI including bradycardia and hypotension generally occur in case of proximal RCA occlusion, so it is clinically important to determine proximal RCA occlusion to predict these potential complications and outline the therapeutic strategy in AIMI.
8 years) admitted to our centre with diagnosis of first AIMI were included in the study.
These complications in AIMI may be due to the increased parasympathetic tone, sinoatrial (SA) node dysfunction, atrioventricular (AV) node dysfunction or accompanying right ventricular (RV) MI.
The presence of a more severe STSE in D3 compared to that in D2 was found to have a positive predictive value of 97% in the prediction RCA occlusion in AIMI (8).
Long-term care as it relates to computerization will change dramatically over the next decade, AIMI believes.
At the same time, the second quarter AIMI index also reflects a moderation in multifamily market's rate of growth over the past year.