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Incidence Takotsubo syndromu u pacientů s akutním koronárním syndromem: retrospektivní 7letá analýza jednoho PCI centra

  title={Incidence Takotsubo syndromu u pacientů s akutním koronárním syndromem: retrospektivní 7letá analýza jednoho PCI centra},
  author={Felix Holm and Jan Voj{\'a}{\vc}ek and Miroslav Erbrt and Karel Hlav{\'a}{\vc}ek and Roman Surov{\vc}{\'i}k and Rudolf Feureisel},
Takotsubo syndrom (TTS) je akutní a obvykle reverzibilní syndrom srdečního selhání. Klinicky k nerozeznání imituje akutní koronární syndrom s/a nebo bez elevací úseku ST na elektrokardiogramu. Je charakterizován akutní poruchou myokardiální kontraktility většinou apikální části levé srdeční komory při absenci okluzivní koronární nemoci. Tvoří 1–2 % pacientů přijatých pro akutní koronární syndrom. Jeho prognóza byla dosud považována za velmi dobrou, ale recentní informace z dlouhodobého registru… 


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