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Abstract:

Aim: was to determine the influence of blood plasma fibrinogen level on results of the left main coronary artery stenting.

Material and methods: clinical, laboratory and angiographic parameters of 819 patients after elective stenting of the unprotected left main coronary artery were used. The end-point was target lesion failure (TLF), including adverse events as repeated revascularization of the target lesion (TLR), myocardial infarction (MI) and death from cardiac causes.

Results: in 5 years follow-up period, end-point was achieved in 158 cases (19,3%). Independent predictors of TLF were: SyntaxScore > 32 (HR 1,089 95% CI 1,029-1,153, p = 0,003), creatinine level (HR 1,009 95% CI 1,004-1,013, p=0,001) and fibrinogen level (HR 1,4 95% CI 1,169-1698, p=0001). According to results of the Kaplan-Meier analysis, the cumulative probability of the TLF was higher in patients with fibrinogen values greater than 3,48 g/L (log-rank 0,001).

Conclusion: blood plasma fibrinogen level was an independent predictor of the TLF after left main coronary artery stenting. Increase in the level of blood fibrinogen for each 1 g/L led to an increase in the risk of TLF by 1,4 times per month.

   

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