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A COMPARISON OF PERI-PROCEDURE NON-Q WAVE FREQUENCIES OF MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION AMONG PATIENTS TREATED WITH AND WITHOUT HIGH DOSE OF ATORVASTATIN

AUTHORS:

Dr. Asad Ali, Dr.Abdul Rehman, Dr. Shahzad Amin Virk

ABSTRACT:

Background: An important disorder is the periprocedural myocardial infarction. In recent studies, its greater intake has been greatly studied. Objective: The main purpose of the study is to compare the speed of peri-procedural non-Q-wave myocardial infarction between the sufferers who gained and not gained greater quantity atorvastatin prior to percutaneous coronary interference. Material and methods: We carried out this research at Services Hospital, Lahore from October 2017 to July 2018. The patients having irregular angina on continual blemish healing enduring PCI were randomized to atorvastatin greater dosage bolus group 1or group 2 no atorvastatin. Results: The average age of the patients present in group 1 is 53 years. The average age of the group 2 was 55 years. In group 1 most of the patients were women. In group 2 majorities are of men. In both, the groups 33% and 37% of patients were suffering from diabetes mellitus in group 1 and group 2 respectively. Moreover, in both the group's similar numbers of hypertensive and smokers were also found. In group 1 periprocedural was also found in 5.4% of patients. While periprocedural was found 17% in group 2. Conclusion: From the consequences of the study it has been summarized that preloading with greater quantity atorvastatin bolus prior to PCI lessens peri-procedural MI in patients on unending statin treatment undergoing PCI. Keywords: Periprocedural myocardial infarction, High dose atorvastatin, PCI.

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