Acute coronary syndrome and diabetes mellitus from the perspective of invasive cardiologist


Authors: doc. MUDr. Martin Studenčan, PhD.
Authors‘ workplace: Kardiocentrum FNsP J. A. Reimana, Prešov
Published in: Forum Diab 2015; 4(1): 50-54
Category: Topic

Overview

Diabetes mellitus is one of the risk factor for development of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and significantly affects the prognosis of patients after overcoming ACS. Invasive cardiologist has to take into consideration the presence of diabetes at all stages during management of patients with ACS: Diagnostic phase – might be complicated by modi­fication of symptoms, phase of treatment – diabetes is taken into account in the risk stratification and also and also in strategy of revascularization, and phase of follow up of patient – characterized by worse prognosis, higher risk of ACS recurrence and emphasis on tight control of diabetes.

Key words:
acute coronary syndrome – antiplatelet therapy- coronary revascularization – diabetes mellitus – risk factors – stents


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