publication . Article . 2021

Preliminary data from the retrospective and prospective observational studies on NSTEMI patient management in Moldova

Ana Plugaru; Mihaela Ivanov; Victoria Ivanov; Ion Popovici; Lucia Ciobanu; Olga Dicusar; Mihail Popovici;
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  • Published: 15 Feb 2021 Journal: The Moldovan Medical Journal, volume 64, issue 1, pages 56-62 (issn: 2537-6373, eissn: 2537-6381, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Scientific Medical Association of Moldova
Background: The outcomes of NSTEMI patients are known to be worse than those of STEMI patients and depend on guideline-directed management. The higher the rate of adherence to guideline recommendations the better the prognosis and outcomes of usually high-risk NSTEMI patients. The best efforts should be made to rapidly and correctly diagnose and manage this condition in order to achieve the best results. Material and methods: An observational retrospective study was conducted in 3 PCI centers in Chisinau, Moldova, that included all patients hospitalized with NSTEMI through 2019. Another observational prospective study being conducted in the same 3 PCI centers wi...
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free text keywords: myocardial infarction, nstemi, acs, observational study, stemi, lcsh:Medicine, lcsh:R
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