coronary event

coronary event

See Cardiac event.
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The use of statins or gemfibrozil reduced the risk of a first major coronary event by 21% in diabetic patients and by 23% in nondiabetics.
They used the U-M Health System's acute coronary event registry which has data on 3,588 patients admitted to the U-M Medical Centre from 1st January 1999 to 31st December, 2006 with a diagnosis of ACS.
Therefore an important portion of patients thought to be at low risk did have a coronary event.
According to the American Heart Association (AHA), one American dies every minute from a coronary event related to CHD.
The primary outcomes measured included first major vascular event, defined as major coronary event (coronary death, heart attack, or coronary revascularization), fatal or nonfatal stroke, or noncoronary revascularization.
6% male) and results were correlated with incidence of a coronary event (including death, non-fatal myocardial infarction, unstable angina, PCI and CABG) at 42 days.
The elevation in coronary event risk appears to be modest, compared with the sevenfold increase in risk seen with polycystic ovary syndrome.
The PLAC Test measures an individual's levels of Lp-PLA2 (lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2), and has been cleared by the FDA as an aid in risk assessment for a coronary event and ischemic stroke associated with atherosclerosis.
The likelihood of a first coronary event in high-risk asymptomatic patients is roughly comparable to that of a recurrent event in patients with established coronary disease, said Dr.
more than 76 beats per minute were significantly more likely to suffer a coronary event than women with the lowest resting heart rate i.
Food and Drug Administration to aid in the prediction of an individual's risk for a coronary event, in conjunction with clinical evaluation and patient risk assessment.