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《China Modern Medicine》 2010-16
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Clinical characteristics of the correlation between serum high-sensitivity C reactive protein,fibrinogen levels and atheromatous plaque unstability of coronary artery

HU Ye1,ZHI Yongchao2,ZHANG Zhijing1,LIU Yonghua1,WANG Xinjie1(1.Department of Emergency,Central Hospital of Dalian City,Liaoning Province,Dalian 116033,China;2.Department of Circulation,Central Hospital of Dalian City,Liaoning Province,Dalian 116033,China)  
Objective:To investigate serum high-sensitivity C reactive protein(hs-CRP,fibrinogen(FIB)levels in patients with acute coronary syndrome(ACS)and steady coronary heart disease(SCHD)and their correlations with atheromatous plaque unstability of coronary artery.Methods:195 pateins were divided into two groups according to coronary artery angiography(CAG)from October 2007 to August 2008,150 cases with CHD and 45 cases with normal coronary angiograms(no-CHD group),109 patients with ACS among them,41 pateints with SCHD.Serum HDL-C,MCP-1 and fibrinogen levels were measured at once coming into the hospital.Results:Serum LDL-C,HDL-C were significantly higher and lower in the CHD groups than in no-CHD groups.In pateints with ACS,serum hs-CRP,FIB were significantly higher than pateints with SCHD.Conclusion:The results indicate that hs-CRP,FIB are positively correlate with the atheromatous plaque unstability of coronary artery in pateints with ACS.
【CateGory Index】: R541.4
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