Can GRACE Risk Score Predict the Coronary Anatomy in Non-ST Elevation Acute Coronary Syndrome?

Abstract

Methods: We evaluated 95 patient data retrospectively who were hospitalized with a diagnosis of non-ST elevation ACS between 2005-2006 at the Istanbul University Cardiology Institute. All the patients’ GRACE risk scores were calculated and coronary angiograms were re-analysed. We further divided the patients into three groups according to risk score (Low risk score: <108, medium risk score: 109-140, high risk score: >141) and evaluated the association between the GRACE risk score and the number of diseased coronary arteries.

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@inproceedings{alar2013CanGR, title={Can GRACE Risk Score Predict the Coronary Anatomy in Non-ST Elevation Acute Coronary Syndrome?}, author={Turhan Çağlar and Ilker Murat Cağlar and Murat Bașkurt}, year={2013} }