Thrombogenic factors and recurrent coronary events.

  title={Thrombogenic factors and recurrent coronary events.},
  author={A J Moss and Robert E. Goldstein and Victor J. Marder and Charles E. Sparks and David Oakes and Henry Greenberg and Harvey J. Weiss and Wojciech Zareba and Mary W. Brown and Chang Seng Liang and Edgar Lichstein and William James Little and John A Gillespie and Lucy Van Voorhees and Ronald J. Krone and M. Bodenheimer and Judith S. Hochman and Edward M Dwyer and Rohit Romesh Arora and Frank I. Marcus and L F Watelet and Robert B. Case},
  volume={99 19},
BACKGROUND Thrombosis is a pivotal event in the pathogenesis of coronary disease. We hypothesized that the presence of blood factors that reflect enhanced thrombogenic activity would be associated with an increased risk of recurrent coronary events during long-term follow-up of patients who have recovered from myocardial infarction. METHODS AND RESULTS We prospectively enrolled 1045 patients 2 months after an index myocardial infarction. Baseline thrombogenic blood tests included 6 hemostatic… CONTINUE READING


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