COMPLICATIONS DEVELOPED DURING COURSE OF ILLNESS RELATED TO CAD AND DEATH DURING THE HOSPITAL COURSE AT AIMS, DEWAS
Keywords:illness, CAD & Complications.
Background & Method: Patients admitted in Amaltas Institute of Medical Sciences, Dewas ICCU were subjected to thorough clinical evaluation, standard 12-lead electrocardiography and blood sample was drawn for laboratory evaluation. Patients were also evaluated for major conventional risk factors including Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, smoking, dyslipidemias, smoking, obesity and previous cardio-vascular event like previous MI and stroke.
Result: Highest prevalence of young MI was seen between 36-40 years in patients less than 40 years of age. Prevalence of MI increases according to age. There is more than 10 times of risk of MI after 30 years. Majority of the patients were not thrombolysed n=66 (63.5%), only 38 patients were thrombolysed (36.5%).
Conclusion: There is a lesser prevalence of shock in young MI patients <40 years and the risk at least doubles when age crosses 40 years. In our study group, there was no any life threatening complication during the thrombolysis. Hypotension was the most common complication during the thrombolysis and none of the patients had significant bleeding complication.
Keywords: illness, CAD & Complications.
Study Designed: Observational Study.
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