e0451 Combined use of oxidised low density lipoprotein and C-reactive protein for the prediction of the acute coronary syndrome

@inproceedings{Yachen2010e0451CU,
  title={e0451 Combined use of oxidised low density lipoprotein and C-reactive protein for the prediction of the acute coronary syndrome},
  author={Zhang Yachen and Wei Jingjing and Chen Man-tian and Zhou Qing and Meng Shu and Li Yigang},
  year={2010}
}
Background Serum CRP levels can predict future risks among patients with stable and unstable angina, but CRP was easy infected by many factor. Increased blood levels of ox-LDL could play a role in these circumstances. However, Combined detection of ox-LDL and CRP for the prediction of the acute coronary syndrome are not known. Methods All of the patients received a coronary angiography owing to complaining of chest pain. The coronary artery disease dianosis and stenosis severity was judged by… CONTINUE READING