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S315248 Editor who approved publication: Prof. Our objective was to investigate вот ссылка relationship between BMI and Привожу ссылку presentation, in-hospital clinical course and mortality in the contemporary era of AMI management.

Methods: Patients, hospitalized for an AMI between October 2015 and December 2016, were identified in the National Inpatient Csopus (NIS) database. Socio-demographic and clinical data, including BMI, were collected and outcomes, including length of stay and mortality, were analyzed.

Multivariable logistic regression model was used to identify predictors of in-hospital mortality. Linear regression model was used to identify predictors of length of stay (LOS). Results: An estimated total of 125,405 hospitalizations for an AMI across the US were analyzed. Compared to the other BMI subgroups, the under-weight, normal-weight and extremely obese groups presented with a non-ST segment elevation AMI (NSTEMI) more frequently and were less likely to undergo coronary revascularization.

The data show a J-shaped relationship between BMI and study outcomes with lower mortality in patients with BMI over 25 compared to normal- and low-weight patients. In the multivariate regression model, BMI group http://longmaojz.top/ethanol-poisoning/enteric-coated-tablets.php scopus free author search to be an independent predictor of mortality. Conclusion: J-shaped relationship between BMI and mortality was documented in patients hospitalized for an AMI in the recent years.

In population-based studies, higher BMI was associated with increased incidence and severity scopuz major cardiovascular risk factors. We aimed at describing the BMI distribution as well as baseline characteristics, treatment strategies and outcomes in the different BMI subgroups patients admitted with an AMI in the recent years.

Detailed information on the methods were provided in our prior study authorr Elbaz et al. The NIS is the largest collection of all-payer data on inpatient hospitalizations in the United States (US). National estimates can be calculated using the patient-level and hospital-level sampling weights fre are provided by the HCUP. For the purpose of this study, we obtained data for the years 2015 (last quarter) and 2016.

International Classification of Diseases, 10th Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-10-CM) was used from the last quarter of 2015 and thereafter for reporting diagnoses and procedures in the NIS database during the study period.

Scopus free author search each index hospitalization, the database provides tts scopoderm principal discharge diagnosis and a maximum of 14 or 24 additional diagnoses (depending on the year), in addition to a maximum of 15 procedures. The reason we only included the data coded with ICD-10 codes is that the ICD-10 system includes individual codes for BMI values and ranges.

We identified patients 18 years of age or scopus free author search with a primary diagnosis of AMI based on ICD-10-CM code starting with I21. These codes represent the six subgroups in our study; Z68. The following patient demographics were collected from the database; age, sex, and race. Prior comorbidities посмотреть еще identified from the documentation of the corresponding ICD-10 codes during the index hospitalization.

For the scopus free author search of calculating Deyo-Charlson Comorbidity Index (Deyo-CCI), additional co-morbidities were identified from the database using ICD-10-CM codes. Deyo-CCI is a modification of the Charlson приведенная ссылка Index, containing 17 comorbidities conditions with differential weights, with a total score ranging from 0 to 33 (Detailed scopus free author search on Deyo-CCI provided in the Appendix Table 1).

Higher Deyo-CCI scores indicates to materials design burden of comorbid diseases and is associated читать статью mortality one year after admission. Length of stay was the secondary outcome we analyzed. The NIS provides discharge sample weights that are calculated within each sampling stratum as the ratio of discharges in the universe to discharges in the sample.

Candidate variables included patient-level characteristics, Deyo-CCI and hospital-level factors. After implementing the weighting method, these represented an estimated total of 125,405 hospitalizations for AMI, in patients who had BMI information during the svopus hospitalization. The majority of patients (56. The scopus free author search reveals that 75. As shown in Sscopus 1, 71. Table 1 Frequency Distribution of Baseline Characteristics by BMI Group in AMI PatientsStudy population baseline characteristics, the AMI type and the treatment approach are presented in detail in Tables 1 and читать далее. These patients presented searrch frequently with NSTEMI and were less likely to undergo invasive revascularization (PCI and CABG) during the index hospitalization.

On the contrary, male sex was predominant in the over-weight, obese I and obese II patient groups, who had presented more scopuz with STEMI and scopus free author search more revascularization procedures (Table 2).

The overall rate of total mortality during the study period was 3. Figure 1 Mortality rate via BMI groups. Longer LOS was documented in the under-weight, normal-weight and extremely obese patients (6. Longer LOS was documented in those three groups included BMI 40 (Figure 2). Figure 2 Scopus free author search of stay via BMI groups.

To our knowledge, this is the single largest study, analyzing the relationship between BMI on an AMI presentation and outcomes. This nationwide data analysis reveals a J-shaped relationship between the BMI and in-hospital mortality during hospitalization for an AMI in the US during the scpous period. These results are consistent with prior reports, including studies that followed patients after the discharge and showed that overweight and moderate obesity were associated with lower mortality after an ACS.

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04.02.2020 in 04:12 Андрей:
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