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02 March 2022: Clinical Research

Retrospective Study of the Association Between Platelet-to-Lymphocyte Ratio in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome on Admission to a Rural Referral Center in East Java, Indonesia, and the Incidence of New Symptomatic Heart Failure at 6 Months

Ryan Enast Intan 1ACEF* , Firas Farisi Alkaff 23CEF* , Yudi Her Oktaviono 1D , Ricardo Adrian Nugraha 1ACD , Tan Nicko Octora 4B , Michael Jonatan 1AF , Dimas Rio Balti 5ABEF , Fani Suslina Hasibuan 6B , Basuni Radi 78D , Anwar Santoso 78AD

DOI: 10.12659/MSM.935002

Med Sci Monit 2022; 28:e935002

Table 3 Comparison of characteristics between acute coronary syndrome patients who develop heart failure during vs after hospitalization.

VariablesHeart failure (N=65)p-value
Early-onset in-hospital HF (<7 days)N=41 (63%)Late-onset out-hospital HF (≥7 days)N=24 (37%)
Age, mean±SD57.95±9.9858.29±9.080.891
Man gender, n (%)28 (68.29)20 (83.33)0.183
Myocardial Infarction, n (%)38 (92.6)22 (91.6)0.882
BMI, mean±SD24.90±2.8323.92±3.500.224
% LVEF, mean±SD40.36±11.0649.47±7.220.001
Symptom onset hour, median [IQR]7 [–]5 7 [–]5 0.600
Hypertension, n (%)8 (19.5)11 (45.8)0.049
Diabetes, n (%)15 (36.58)3 (12.5)0.036
Active smoker, n (%)23 (56.9)17 (70.83)0.239
Family history of CVD11 (26.8)5 (20.8)0.588
BMI – body mass index; CVD – cardiovascular diseases; HF – heart failure; IQR – interquartile range; LVEF – left ventricular ejection fraction; SD – standard deviation. value

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