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Table 2 Acute coronary syndrome presentation

From: Type 2 diabetes mellitus increases the mortality risk after acute coronary syndrome treated with coronary artery bypass surgery

 Diabetes mellitus
No. of patients (527) (%)
Non-diabetic
No. of patients (780) (%)
p-value
ACS diagnosis0.109
 NSTEMI253 (48)333 (43) 
 STEMI169 (32)291 (37) 
 UAP105 (20)156 (20) 
Left ventricle ejection fraction< 0.001
 Normal (> 50%)140 (31)281 (44) 
 Mild (40–50%)158 (36)177 (27) 
 Moderate (30–40%)97 (22)133 (21) 
 Severe (< 30%)48 (11)52 (8) 
Number of CAD< 0.001
 1 Vessel18 (5)43 (8) 
 2 Vessels77 (20)150 (29) 
 3 Vessels286 (75)323 (63) 
Vital signs on admission
Heart rate (bpm) (mean ± SD)87 ± 2181 ± 20< 0.001
Systolic blood pressure (mmHg) (mean ± SD)144 ± 29143 ± 290.569
Diastolic blood pressure (mmHg) (mean ± SD)80 ± 1683 ± 170.013
Normal sinus rhythm417 (90)615 (91)0.795
Atrial fibrillation/SVT24 (6)22 (4)0.122
VT/VF1 (0.3)5 (0.9)0.447
2-3-degree AV-Block3 (1.2)3 (0.8)0.947
  1. ACS acute coronary syndrome, NSTEMI non-ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction, STEMI ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction, UAP unstable angina pectoris, CAD coronary artery disease, SD standard deviation, SVT supraventricular tachycardia, VT ventricular tachycardia, VF ventricular fibrillation, AV atrioventricular