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The Change of Serum Bilirubin in Elderly Patients with Cerebral Infarction and its Clinical Significance

YANG Bin,HU Youzhuang.Department of Geriatrics,the Affiliated Hospital of Guangdong Medical College, Zhanjiang City 524001  
Objective:To observe the varies of serum bilirubin in e ld erly patients with cerebral infarction and its clinical significance.Metho ds:Serum bilirubin and cholinesterase were measured and compared in 42 elderly patients w ith cerebral infarction (include acute period and recovery period) and 28 health y control elderly men. Results:Serum direct bilirubin and indirect bi l irubin of acute cerebral infarction patienes, were much lower than that of healt hy control elderly men (P0 01),but there was no changes with cholinestera se(P0 05).Serum direct bilirubin and indirect bilirubin of recovery cereb ral i nfarction patients, were also much lower than that of healthy control men (P 0 05).Cholinesterase was not changed(P0 05).Serum direct bilirubin and indirect bilirubin of acute cerebral infarction were much lower than that of re c overy cerebral infarction(P0 05).Corulusion: It is sugges t that the descended serum bilirubin may be an independent risk factor for cerebra l infarction.
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