Clinical and angiographic predictors of new total coronary occlusion in coronary artery disease: analysis of 313 nonoperated patients.

@article{Mois1984ClinicalAA,
  title={Clinical and angiographic predictors of new total coronary occlusion in coronary artery disease: analysis of 313 nonoperated patients.},
  author={Antonio Mois{\`e} and Jacques Lesp{\'e}rance and Pierre Th{\'e}roux and Yves Taeymans and C{\'e}line Goulet and Martial G. Bourassa},
  journal={The American journal of cardiology},
  year={1984},
  volume={54 10},
  pages={1176-81}
}
A new coronary artery occlusion was found in 98 of 313 consecutive patients (31%) with coronary artery disease treated medically who underwent catheterization twice, 39 +/- 25 months apart. Multivariate logistic regression displayed 8 independent predictors of new occlusion. Four were available at the time of the second angiogram: the interval between the 2 studies (p = 0.005), a decrease in ejection fraction (p less than 0.01), the appearance of bundle branch block (p less than 0.01), and an… CONTINUE READING

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