Prognostic factors of a stationary stay of patients with an acute coronary syndrome after the еmergency еndovascular revascularization of myocardium
Objective. To reveal the impact degree of independent one from another preoperative factors on the only one dependent factor - duration of stationary stay in the patients, suffering an acute coronary syndrome, after the еmergency еndovascular revascularization of myocardium (EERM).
Маterials and methods. There were gathered and statistically elaborated the data from the disease histories charts of 40 patients, ageing up to 60 yrs (1-st Group) and 40 patients, ageing 60 yrs old and more (2-nd Group). Correlation-regression analysis was applied as a method for statistical processing.
Results. In the 1-st Group patients several factors have had impact on a hospital stay duration (in order of the significance reduction): preoperative indices of hemoglobin and hematocrit, the levels of troponin І and general cholesterol, the coronary arteries occlusion degree, a body mass index, the left ventricle output fraction and volume of the postoperative blood loss. In patients of 2-nd Group the only one factor, essentially impacting the hospital stay duration, was the patients’ age.
Conclusion. For the patients ageing up to 60 yrs old almost all independent factors, included into the investigation, have served as predictors for a hospital stay duration, while in the patients, ageing 60 yrs old and more, a constant correlation was characteristic for the age factor only.
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