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Fig. 5 | Cardiovascular Diabetology

Fig. 5

From: Triglyceride glucose index combined with plaque characteristics as a novel biomarker for cardiovascular outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention in ST-elevated myocardial infarction patients: an intravascular optical coherence tomography study

Fig. 5

Kaplan-Meier curves showing cumulative MACE rates for up to median 1.98 years stratified by the tertiles level of TyG characteristic among patients with plaque rupture and erosion. A Kaplan–Meier curves showing cumulative MACE rates stratified by the level of TyG among patients with plaque rupture. TyG_Tertiles = 1 represents the patients with low level of TyG among patients with plaque rupture. TyG_Tertiles = 2 represents the patients with mudium level of TyG among patients with plaque rupture. TyG_Tertiles = 3 represent the patients with high level of TyG among patients with plaque rupture. B Kaplan–Meier curves showing cumulative MACE rates stratified by the level of TyG among patients with plaque erosion. TyG_Tertiles = 1 represents the patients with low level of TyG among patients with plaque erosion. TyG_Tertiles = 2 represents the patients with mudium level of TyG among patients with plaque erosion. TyG_Tertiles = 3 represent the patients with high level of TyG among patients with plaque erosion. MACE, major adverse cardiovascular events; TyG, TyG triglyceride glucose

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