Results The positive rates of ACA were 1.45% in control group,16.1% in stable angina pectoris,42.9% in unstable angina pectoris,83.3% in acute myocardial infarction,and 34.8% in old myocardial infarction.
The results showed that the level of leukocytic CL in patients with stable angina pectoris (312. 42±50. 47 cpm/103 WBC) exhibited unchange as compared with that of normal cases (300. 89±63. 93 cpm/103 WBC) (P>0. 05).
METHODS: The expression of CD11b/CD18 on neutrophils and monocytes were measured by direct immunofluorescence techniques associated with flow cytometry in 49 patients with angina pectoris confirmed by coronary arteriography, 30 patients with acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and 20 normal individuals.
In CHD patients, plasma H2S levels in unstable angina patients (UAP, 23.60±14.41 μmol/L) and acute myocardial infarction patients (AMI, 19.98±7.516 μmol/L) were significantly lower than that in stable angina patients (SAP, 38.41±14.53 μmol/L, P<0.05).
Results IL-6 and CRP were significantly elevated in unstable angina patients than in chronic stable angina patients(CRP:2.09±3.65 vs 0.92±0.94mg/L, P <0.05; IL-6:12.72±13.42pg/ml vs 6.86±2.93pg/ml, P <0.01, respectively).
Methods To divide 162 angina pectoris patients randomly into 2 groups with proportion of 2∶1 by using shenmai injection and sdnshen injection respectively for one treatment,then observe the symptom and the change of ECG of the patients.
Objective: To compare the effects of rapamycin eluting stent versus Bx sonic stent( Cypher)on the levels of serum interleu-kin-6 (IL-6) ,soluble intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (sICAM-1) ,C-reactive protein(CRP) and plasma P-selectin in unstable angina pectoris patients after angioplasty.
The capacity of the DCs in unstable angina patients to induce allogenic T cells (OD 2.73±1.10), was significantly higher than that of the normal DC (OD:0.9±0.21) (P>amp;lt;0.005).
One hundred consecutive stable angina patients (including 55 men) were investigated in a 99mTc-sestamibi 2-day gated protocol with scatter and attenuation correction.
Blood pressure responses as observed in this study (SBP and DBP up to 51 and 45?mmHg, respectively) are potential health risks for hypertensive individuals and angina patients.
This study estimated a model from which data routinely collected in clinical trials of angina patients can be mapped to a utility scale and used to estimate quality-adjusted life years (QALYs).
The effect of myocardial revascularization on longevity in stable angina patients is not certain except in the presence of significant obstruction of the left main coronary artery, where improved prognosis has been demonstrated.