Study of Young Adults With Acute Myocardial Infarction in Reference to Risk Factors and Short-Term Outcome.

Indian Journal of Applied Basic Medical Sciences
Year: 2019, Volume: 21(A), Issue. (1), January
First page: (221) Last page: (241)
Online ISSN: 2249-7935
Print ISSN: 0975-8917
doi:

Study Of Young Adults With Acute Myocardial Infarction In Reference To Risk Factors And Short-Term Outcome.
Brinda Mevada1, Avani Chavda2*, Hiren Bhadja3
1,2Assistant Professor, 3Yr Resident, Department of Medicine, Amc Met Mmc, Maninagar, Ahmedabad.
Corresponding author email id: luckychavda86@gmail.com

Online Published on 02-Jan-2019

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND: CAD is a major health problem world wide and it’s incidence is increasing in young population which is estimated to be 12-16%,in compared to western population ,up to 5%.The current study was carried out to assess the incidence, risk factors and short term out comes of patients with young MI.METHODOLOGY: All patients aged 40 years or less admitted to ICCU of our hospital, diagnosed with MI were studied. Total 50 patients’ data were analysed statistically using computer software.RESULTS: Incidence of young MI is 13% during study period,more common in males(88%) than females(12%) with mean age of 35 years. In our study anterior wall MI(50%) is more common than inferior wall(34%), hyperhomocysteinemia(100%),smokimg (82%) and elevated lipo-protein(78%) are leading risk factors.CONCLUSION: Hyperhomocysteinemia and smoking are major risk factors for young MI,though short term out come is relatively uneventfull in our study.

Keywords

ICCU,elevated lipo-protein,Hyperhomocysteinemia,smoking.

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