Volume : VII, Issue : VII, July - 2018

Quantification of C-Reative Protein, Differential count and blood sugar in acute coronary syndrome patients with reduced Ejection fraction -A prospective study.

Dr. Parimala Sundari, Dr. T. Ramesh Kumar

Abstract :

AIM: The aim of this study was to assess the extent of myocardial injury by ejection fraction, the level of CRP, differential count, blood sugar in acute coronary syndrome patients and to assess the risk of morbidity & mortality in acute coronary syndrome patients by studying the effects of these parameters in acute coronary syndrome patients.

MATERIALS AND METHODS: This is a prospective study done in the Govt. medical college hospital, omandurar govt. estate, Chennai from june2016 to june2017 with typical chest pain patients admitted in the medicine department. Complete blood haemogram, total and differential leukocyte counts were measured with an automated hematology analyzer . Serum CRP and other–metabolic profile were measured at hospital arrival. After patients was stabilized with proper treatment , patients was shifted to ECHO room for evaluating cardiac status utilized ejection fraction to analyze the cardiac performance after myocardial injury in acute coronary syndrome.These parameters were correlated with ejection fraction, differential count ,raised blood sugar, C–reactive protein.

Results: Using chi–square test ,statistically significant association between CRP and their EF% was found.Karl Pearson Co–efficient Correlation test indicates that there is statistically significant relationship between CRP, WBC , RBS and their reduced(<50) EF%. Hence, the calculated value of less than table value (p<0.05).

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Dr. Parimala sundari, Dr. T.Ramesh kumar, Quantification of C-Reative Protein, Differential count and blood sugar in acute coronary syndrome patients with reduced Ejection fraction -A prospective study., PARIPEX‾INDIAN JOURNAL OF RESEARCH : Volume-7 | Issue-7 | July-2018


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