Alimohammad Haji Zeinali

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AIM This study was designed to compare the outcomes of two current methods of premedication, for coronary angiography with placebo, on the level of anxiety and hemodynamic status. METHODS AND RESULTS In all, 151 patients referring for coronary angiography were randomized into three groups with equal populations. The first group (group M) received 0.02(More)
BACKGROUND Direct stenting without balloon dilatation may reduce procedural costs and duration, and hypothetically, the restenosis rate. This study was designed to compare the in-hospital and long-term outcomes of direct stenting (DS) versus stenting after predilatation (PS) in our routine clinical practice. METHODS One thousand six hundred and three(More)
Sudden, unexpected death may occur in apparently healthy individuals. Its occurrence in psychiatric patients has raised the concern that the use of psychotropics, especially antipsychotics, may be associated with an increased risk of sudden death. This concern is maintained even though not all psychiatric patients who have succumbed to sudden death have(More)
BACKGROUND Controversy persists over the potential benefits/harms of opium consumption in coronary heart disease. This study investigated the association between 12 months' major adverse cardiac events (MACE) and pre-procedural opium consumption among patients undergoing percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). METHODS Retrospectively, 1545 consecutive(More)
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