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Predicting survival in Heart failure a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies

CLINICAL RESEARCH Chronic heart failure Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies Stuart J. Pocock1*, Cono A. Ariti1, John J.V. McMurray2, Aldo Maggioni3, Lars Køber4, Iain B. Squire5, Karl Swedberg6, Joanna Dobson1, Katrina K. Poppe7, GillianA.Whalley7,andRobN.Doughty7,onbehalfoftheMeta-AnalysisGlobalGrou Cite As: Pocock SJ, Ariti CA, McMurray JJ, Maggioni A, Køber L, Squire IB, Swedberg K, Dobson J, Poppe KK, Whalley GA, Doughty RN, Meta-Analysis Global Group in Chronic Heart Failure. Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies. Eur Heart J 2013 May;34(19):1404-13. Epub 2012 Oct 24. Studies There exist several other risk scores for predicting survival in HF. 1-8 Best known is the Seattle Heart Failure Model. 1 It was developed from a small database, 1125 patients in the PRAISE clinical trial, 22 confined to patients with severe HF: NYHA class III B or IV and EF ≤30%. Such patients account for <20% of patients in our meta-analysis

IntroductionHeart failure (HF) is a major cause of death, but prognosis in individual patients is highly variable. Quantifying a patient's survival prospects based on their overall risk profile will help identify those patients in need of more intensive monitoring and therapy, and also help target appropriate populations for trials of new therapies.There exist previous risk models for patients. Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies. Stuart J Pocock Department of Medical Statistics, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street, London WC1E 7HT, UK Integer risk score. 1-year probability of death. 3-year probability of death. Integer risk score. 1-year probability of death. 3-year probability of death. 0 0.015 0.039 26 0.175 0.397 1 0.016 0.043 27 0.191 0.427 2 0.018 0.048 28 0.209 0.458 3 0.020 0.052 29 0.227 0.490 4 0.022 0.058 30 0.248 0.523 5 0.024 0.063 3 The MAGGIC project included 39 372 patients from 30 studies, of which 6 were randomized controlled trials (24 041 patients) and 24 were registries (15 331 patients). 5 Patients were recruited into the original studies from 1980 to 2006. Overall, 15 851 (40%) patients died during a median follow‐up of 2.5 years

The MAGGIC project included 39 372 patients from 30 studies, of which 6 were randomized controlled trials (24 041 patients) and 24 were registries (15 331 patients). 5 Patients were recruited into the original studies from 1980 to 2006. Overall, 15 851 (40%) patients died during a median follow-up of 2.5 years Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies Eur Heart J , 34 ( 2013 ) , pp. 1404 - 1413 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Schola

Abstract. AimsUsing a large international database from multiple cohort studies, the aim is to create a generalizable easily used risk score for mortality in patients with heart failure (HF).Methods and resultsThe MAGGIC meta-analysis includes individual data on 39 372 patients with HF, both reduced and preserved left-ventricular ejection fraction (EF), from 30 cohort studies, six of which. View 0 peer reviews of Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies on Publons Download Web of Science™ My Research Assistant : Bring the power of the Web of Science to your mobile device, wherever inspiration strikes

Abstract. AIMS: Using a large international database from multiple cohort studies, the aim is to create a generalizable easily used risk score for mortality in patients with heart failure (HF).<br/> METHODS AND RESULTS: The MAGGIC meta-analysis includes individual data on 39 372 patients with HF, both reduced and preserved left-ventricular ejection fraction (EF), from 30 cohort studies, six of. Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies By Stuart J. Pocock, Cono A. Ariti, John J.V. McMurray, Aldo Maggioni, Lars Køber, Iain B. Squire, Karl Swedberg, Joanna Dobson, Katrina K. Poppe, Gillian A. Whalley and Rob N. Dought

Despite advances in the therapy of cardiovascular disorders, heart failure remains a challenging disease with a dismal prognosis. A plethora of variables have been shown to be related to survival in patients with heart failure. These include heart failure etiology, clinical presentation, ventricular performance, exercise capacity, neurohormones and, more recently, inflammatory and necrosis. Methods and results The MAGGIC meta-analysis includes individual data on 39 372 patients with HF, both reduced and preserved left-ventricular ejection fraction (EF), from 30 cohort studies, six of which were clinical trials. 40.2% of patients died during a median follow-up of 2.5 years

Predicting survival in heart failure: validation of the

Predicting survival in heart failure: A risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies By Stuart J. Pocock, Cono A. Ariti, John J. V. McMurray, Aldo Pietro Maggioni, Lars Kober, Iain B. Squire, Karl Swedberg, Joanna Dobson, Katrina K. Poppe, Gillian A. Whalley and Rob N. Dought Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies. Eur Heart J. 2013; 34:1404-1413. doi: 10.1093/eurheartj/ehs337 Crossref Medline Google Scholar; 5. Sartipy U, Dahlström U, Edner M, Lund LH. Predicting survival in heart failure: validation of the MAGGIC heart failure risk score in 51,043 patients. Predicting survival in heart failure : a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies By Stuart J. Pocock, Cono A. Ariti, John J.V. McMurray, Aldo Maggioni, Lars Køber, Iain B. Squire, Karl Swedberg, Joanna Dobson, Katrina K. Poppe, Gillian Whalley and Rob N. Dought

Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies Eur. Heart J. , 34 ( 2013 ) , pp. 1404 - 1413 CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Schola The model was constructed from research data collected from 1980-2006 and may not be indicative of current or future trends in heart failure management. The variability in risk between studies and cohorts is greater than that explained by known risk factors. True risk within any centre may be higher or lower than the stated estimates for 1 and. The heart failure life expectancy calculator is a simple, yet effective, tool for predicting the 1-year and 3-year survival odds of someone with congestive heart failure.. In the article below, we will focus on congestive heart failure/CHF prognosis, the estimates on how long can you live with congestive heart failure, and the average CHF life expectancy for a given stage of the disease Pocock SJ, Ariti CA, McMurray JJ, Maggioni A, Kober L, Squire IB, et al. Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies. Eur Heart J. 2013;34(19):1404-13. PubMed Google Scholar 17. Critsinelis AC, Kurihara C, Kawabori M, Sugiura T, Civitello AB, Morgan JA

Predicting survival in heart failure: A risk score based

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  2. Introduction Heart failure (HF), with a prevalence of more than 23 million worldwide,1 2 is a global public health problem. In China, there are 4.2 million people living with HF, with 500 000 new cases diagnosed each year, and this number is expected to increase still further,3 causing enormous social and economic burden. Over the last 30 years, although great improvements have been made in.
  3. About This Calculator. This peer-reviewed online calculator uses the Pooled Cohort Equations to estimate the 10-year primary risk of ASCVD (atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease) among patients without pre-existing cardiovascular disease who are between 40 and 79 years of age. 1 Patients are considered to be at elevated risk if the Pooled Cohort Equations predicted risk is ≥ 7.5%
  4. Pocock S.J., Ariti C.A., McMurray J.J. et al.: Predicting survival in heart failure: a risk score based on 39 372 patients from 30 studies. Eur Heart J 2013 ; 34 : 1404. Crossref Medline Google Schola
  5. When considering VT recurrence, the prediction improvement was visible in low- and mid-risk groups: VT recurrence was 15.4% and 30.6% in patients classified in the low- and medium-risk groups by the preprocedure score; it decreased to 7.5% and 22.9% respectively, when PES was included in the model (P<0.01)
  6. Predicting Survival in Heart Failure Florea and Anand 217 83. Koelling TM, Joseph S, Aaronson KD: Heart failure 86. Levy WC, Mozaffarian D, Linker DT, et al.: The Seattle survival score continues to predict clinical outcomes in Heart Failure Model: prediction of survival in heart failure. patients with heart failure receiving beta-blockers
  7. In the intermediate-risk TAVR trial (Table 1), the guideline for patient inclusion was a Society of Thoracic Surgeons (STS) risk score and EuroSCORE , based on the presence of coexisting illnesses to predict mortality at 30 days, between 4 and 8% . The main results showed that TAVR was not inferior to surgery with respect to outcomes at 2 years.

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Objectives: Mortality is high and functional outcome poor in mechanically ventilated stroke patients. In addition, age >65 years is an independent predictor of death at 2 months among these patients. Our objective was to determine survival rates, functional outcome, and quality of life (QoL) in stroke patients older than 65 years requiring mechanical ventilation Background: The relative importance of variables explaining sex-related differences in outcomes is scarcely explored in patients undergoing cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT). We sought to implement and evaluate machine learning (ML) algorithms for the prediction of 1- and 3-year all-cause mortality in CRT patients. We also aimed to assess the sex-specific differences in predictors of. Designed specifically for patients with heart failure, this score combines the occurrence of a major clinical event (death or hospital admission for heart failure), as objective evidence of change in clinical status, with NYHA functional classification, which relies on the physician as the observer, and the global self-assessment, which relies. Heart transplant is the optimal treatment for selected patients with end-stage heart failure. 1) Current immunosuppression strategies in heart transplantation follow several general principles. 2), 3), 4) The first is that immune reactions leading to graft rejection are the highest early after graft implantation and gradually decrease thereafter. Thus, most regimens use the highest levels of.

RESULTS: Sixty-five patients, median age 68 years (interquartile range [IQR] 49-80 y), 39 male, underwent tracheostomy for PMV, resulting in an age-adjusted incidence of 13 (95% CI 10-17) per 100,000 patient-years at risk. The median number of days on mechanical ventilation was 24 days (IQR 18-37 d). Forty-six patients (71%) survived to hospital discharge, and 36 (55%) were alive at 1. A subanalysis of Sudden Cardiac Death in Heart Failure Trial (SCD-HeFT) reported that rapid NSVTs indicated a 4.3-fold increase in the risk of appropriate ICD shocks in patients with mild-to-moderate heart failure and LVEF of ≤35%. 24 Furthermore, the presence of rapid NSVTs was independently associated with all-cause mortality. 24 Third, non. During an extended-follow-up of up to 15 years, we did not find a difference in survival between an initial strategy of PCI plus medical therapy and medical therapy alone in patients with stable ischemic heart disease. (Funded by the VA Cooperative Studies Program and others; 34) N Engl J Med. 2007 Apr 12;356(15):1503-16. Epub 2007 Mar 26

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  1. low risk of bias and include 583 patients with cirrhosis and 349 healthy controls. The HRV time and frequency domains were significantly lower in cirrhotic patients. Between-studies heterogeneity was high in most of the pooled studies (P<0.05). Further, HRV indices predict survival independent of the severity of liver disease as assessed by MELD
  2. levels predict survival in patients with systolic heart failure. Am Heart J 2008; 155:883. Allen LA, Felker GM, Pocock S, et al. Liver function abnormalities and outcome in patients with chronic heart failure: data from the Candesartan in Heart Failure: Assessment of Reduction in Mortality and Morbidity (CHARM) program
  3. Quality of life (QoL) is a multifactorial concept that assesses physical and mental health. We prospectively studied the quality of life of patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery using the Short-Form 36-item questionnaire (SF-36) up to 10 years after surgery. Between January 2000 and December 2002, all patients undergoing elective isolated CABG in the cardiac.
  4. e the effect of scar location, scar burden, and left ventricular (LV) lead position on CRT outcomes. Methods: The study included 213 consecutive CRT recipients with radionuclide myocardial perfusion imaging before CRT between January 2002 and.
  5. To address the present controversy regarding optimal management of status 2 heart transplant candidates, we studied the short- and long-term fate of medically improved patients removed from our transplant waiting list to assess return of heart failure and occurrence of sudden cardiac death, identify interventions to improve outcomes, and compare their survival with that of similar transplanted.
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  7. Recurrent admissions with heart failure are common in patients with SHD, although possibly reduced after ablation, and likely represent progression of disease status. 83 The 1-year mortality rate post-ablation is reported at about 15-20 %; again, this varies depending on aetiology and VT-free survival status, and is often reported as a.

Heart failure (HF) is a global epidemic, 1,2 and the lifetime risk of developing HF is 20%. 3 Medical therapy with angiotensin-converting-enzyme inhibitors, 4,5 β-blockers, 6,7,8,9 aldosterone. Recently, the same group reported that the 4-y survival rate of patients with viable myocardium who received bypass grafting was much higher than that of patients who received medical therapy (75% vs. 30%) . vom Dahl et al. showed that the rate of cardiac events in patients with viable myocardium who were treated medically was 22%; however. Several large studies (with > 1000 patients) evaluated selected high-risk but asymptomatic populations for their risk of cardiovascular disease. 16, 20- 24 Figure 1 provides a synopsis of available evidence for expected 10-year mortality or rate of myocardial infarction based on several large published series from Greenland et al 22 and Shaw. Carotid endarterectomy is the traditional surgical treatment for carotid artery disease. Carotid endarterectomy has been proven to be beneficial for symptomatic patients with a 50 percent or greater carotid stenosis (blockage) and for asymptomatic patients with a 60 percent or greater carotid stenosis

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  1. The Cardiac Resynchronization - Heart Failure (CARE-HF) study19 reported a hazard ratio (HR) of 0.63 (p<0.001) for the primary combined endpoint of time to death from any cause or hospitalisation for any cardiovascular cause for CRT-P versus medical therapy. The HR for all-cause mortality was 0.64 (p<0.001) in the CRT-P group
  2. Background Truncating variants in titin (TTNtv) are the most common cause of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM). We evaluated the genotype-phenotype correlation in TTNtv-DCM, with a special focus on long-term outcomes, arrhythmias, response to treatment and sex-related presentation. Methods Data on patient characteristics and outcomes were collected retrospectively from electronic health records of.
  3. With improved survival, heart failure (HF) has become a major complication for individuals with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. It is unclear if this risk extends to different types of HF in the antiretroviral therapy (ART) era
  4. An unadjusted association between heart failure and survival was found. Although the presence of co-morbidities, using the CCI-score, is not related to survival, heart failure seems to have a detrimental effect on survival. Higher age and lower exercise capacity or fat-free mass predict mortality
  5. Objective: To investigate the nature and importance of blood glucose abnormalities in an unselected heart failure (HF) population. Design: Cohort study. Setting: Urban University hospital. Patients: All index emergency HF admissions to one University hospital during the year 2000 were studied. Results: 454 consecutive index admissions had blood chemistry, diabetic status and follow-up.
  6. coronary artery disease [37,38]. Long term follow up studies have suggested that chronotropic incompetence is associated with higher incidence of coronary death [26-30,32-35,39-41]. All-cause mortality, [28-29,31-35,42-40] progressive heart failure [43] and complete occlusion of bypass grafts [44]. Chronotropic incompetence has been attributed t
  7. ABSTRACT. The development of cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) has been crucial in reducing morbidity and mortality in patients with advanced heart failure.However, a significant proportion of patients who receive CRT fail to derive significant clinical benefits from this therapy. Successful CRT depends on a multitude of factors, including appropriate patient selection, left ventricular.

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[ 28 prosinca, 2018 ] dr Ajla Pidro - specijalista za očne bolesti Zanimljivo [ 3 travnja, 2018 ] Federalno ministarstvo zdravstva proširilo A listu lijekova Zanimljivo [ 1 travnja, 2018 ] Stres sprječava začeće Zanimljivo [ 1 travnja, 2018 ] Atrioventrikularni blok prvog stepena Intern RAFT initially NYHA Class III patients but did not include those with NYHA Class I symptoms. All patients in all studies had systolic heart failure, with a left ventricular ejection fraction of 30% or less in both MADIT CRT and RAFT, and a cut-off of no more than 40% in REVERSE. All patients in all studies had a prolonged QRS duration Since the inception of the Canadian Cardiovascular Society heart failure (HF) guidelines in 2006, much has changed in the care for patients with HF. Over the past decade, the HF Guidelines Committee has published regular updates. However, because of the major changes that have occurred, the Guidelines Committee believes that a comprehensive reassessment of the HF management recommendations is. Several risk assessment models such as HFSS (Heart Failure Survival Score), SHFM (Seattle Heart Failure Model), ADHERE study, and OPTIME-CHF study are available for stratification of the risk and prognosis, and to assist in the selection of appropriate candidates for heart transplantation . Above all, clinical discretion based on careful. Based on the findings from several long-term (follow-up time ranging between 5 and 10 years) prospective studies, bariatric surgery patients' HRQoL improved considerably after surgery and much of the initial HRQoL improvement was maintained over the long term [].While bariatric surgery can offer many benefits, all forms of weight-loss surgery are major procedures that can pose serious risks.

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There are several patients with ischemic heart disease who have received revascularization therapy in the past and/or are not candidates for any future coronary revascularization therapy. Viability studies in many of these patients reveal that a certain percentage of myocardium is hibernating and can theoretically be salvaged by restoring. Introduction. Tricuspid regurgitation (TR) is the main manifestation of tricuspid valve dysfunction, and the presence of at least mild TR is seen in 65-85% of adults ().Over the last decade, the tricuspid valve has transformed from being the forgotten valve to gaining clinical attention as the one of the next frontiers in structural heart disease Orthotopic 23. Main goal of the study is the risk stratification of patients with advanced heart failure referred for orthotopic heart transplantation (OHT) according to HFSS score, other risk factors and biological markers and verification of their prognostic value in Polish population. (clinicaltrials.gov)A 60-year-old man with end-stage heart failure underwent orthotopic heart transplantation Based on the aortic jet velocity and the B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP) level, a risk score predicting outcome in patients with moderate-to-severe asymptomatic AS was derived and validated in an independent cohort: score = (peak velocity (m/s) · 2) +(ln of BNP · 1.5)+ 1.5 (if female sex)

My research interest includes design and analysis of cardiovascular clinical trials, medical devices, survival analysis, group-sequential analysis, time-to-recurrent or multiple events, continuous-time Markov models, stochastic process, linear model, dose-response modeling, design of experiments and adaptive designs Several large studies (with > 1000 patients) evaluated selected high‐risk but asymptomatic populations for their risk of cardiovascular disease. 16,20,21,22,23,24 Figure 1 1 provides a synopsis of available evidence for expected 10‐year mortality or rate of myocardial infarction based on several large published series from Greenland et al.

Too much fat around your heart could increase your risk of heart failure, especially if you're a woman, researchers warn. They looked at nearly 7,000 45- to 84-year-olds across the United States who had no evidence of heart disease on initial CT scans. Over more than 17 years of followup, nearly 400 developed heart failure Two studies that used a propensity score matched case-control design revealed a high dialysis rate among patients with pre-dialysis care during the progression of CKD to ESRD; however, neither. Compared with patients whose index admission was in a hospital in the lowest quartile of early follow-up (30-day readmission rate, 23.3%), the rates of 30-day readmission were 20.5% among patients in the second quartile (risk-adjusted hazard ratio [HR], 0.85; 95% confidence interval [CI], 0.78-0.93), 20.5% among patients in the third quartile. Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is a common diagnosis in obstetrics and carries an increased risk of perinatal mortality and morbidity. Identification of IUGR is crucial because proper. 10. Coronary heart disease (CHD) begins in young adulthood and is the fifth leading cause of death among adults aged 20 to 24 years. Studies of serum cholesterol levels among college students, however, are very limited. A 1999 study looked at a large sample of students from

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  1. 7. Past data has shown that the regression line relating the final exam score and the midterm exam score for students who take statistics from a certain professor is: final exam = 50 + (0.5)(midterm). An interpretation of the slope is: A. A student who scored 0 on the midterm would be predicted to score 50 on the final exam. B
  2. Whellan DJ, Ousdigian KT, Al-Khatib SM, et al. Combined heart failure device diagnostics identify patients at higher risk of subsequent heart failure hospitalizations: results from PARTNERS HF (Program to Access and Review Trending Information and Evaluate Correlation to Symptoms in Patients With Heart Failure) study
  3. This study evaluates a novel dark-blood late gadolinium enhancement (LGE) cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) method, without using additional magnetization preparation, and compares it to conventional bright-blood LGE, for the detection of ischaemic myocardial scar. LGE is able to clearly depict myocardial infarction and macroscopic scarring from viable myocardium
  4. ation) and greater than 90% by age 10+ years, should they survive that long
  5. 13. The Cardiac Resynchronization-Heart Failure trial • in the CRT compared to no CRT group • CRT can provide up to a 30% improvement in SV and a significant reduction in MR within 3 months of initiating therapy • LVEF - increased by 3.7 percent at three months and 6.9 percent at 18 months

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Once you have filled in all of the required fields in the Life Expectancy Calculator and clicked the calculate button, you will immediately receive an estimation of your Life Expectancy. You can also see the Life Expectancy of others your age, gender and race to compare results of the Life Expectancy Calculator patients with high-risk ischemic heart disease showed that bicycle exercise and pacing TWA were both predictive of EPS results (odds ratio, 3).186 However, exercise TWA was a significant predictor of the primary end point of death, sustained ventricular arrhythmia, or appropriate ICD therapy (hazard ratio, 2), whereas pacing TWA had no. Current treatments for acute heart failure: focus on serelaxin Robert G BennettVA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System and Department of Internal Medicine, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE, USAAbstract: Acute heart failure remains an enormous health concern worldwide, and is a major cause of death and hospitalization. In spite of this, the treatment strategies for acute. Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine publications. Journal Articles. Abdullah, A., Wolfe, R., Stoelwinder, J., De Courten, M., Stevenson, C., Walls, H., Peeters, A. 39 patients participated in this study. The participants were categorized into SIP and SAP based on their diagnosis. All the patients were treated with root canal treatment. Saliva specimens were collected, and pain levels were recorded at pre-treatment, 7 days post-treatment and 30 days post-treatment

Risk factors for incident heart failure with preserved or reduced ejection fraction, and valvular heart failure, in a community-based cohort. Open Heart 5 (2) O'Brien, J. reported a prevalence of CV death of 18.3% in patients with ischemic heart disease and of 8.9% in patients with CHF. From that cohort, the rate of CV death after 4 years was 43% (33.1% due to cardiac arrest). Cumulative survival rates in the years 1994 through 1997 were 60% in patients without CHF and 20% in patients with CHF (e)(1 point) Two studies were conducted, study A had a power of 0.9 and study B had a power of 0.10. Which study would be more likely to support a true alternative hypothesis? Solution: Study A because it had a power of 0.90. There is a 90% chance of support-ing a true alternative hypothesis in this study Background . Evidence on the association between subclinical thyroid dysfunction and the risk of cardiovascular outcomes are conflicting. Methods and Results . PubMed, EMbase, Web of Science, Cochrane Library, and China Biology Medicine (CBM) databases were searched from inception to July 10, 2016. A total of 16 studies were included for meta-analysis Patients were identified from a specialty clinic for adults with 22q11.2, via referrals or screening of patients with congenital heart disease (CHD). Over four fifths of patients were Caucasian (n=260) and 52% (n=161) were women. 469 siblings and 545 parents without 22q11.2 were enrolled as comparators

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  1. Validated, Electronic Health Record Deployable Prediction Models for Assessing Patient Risk of 30-Day Rehospitalization and Mortality in Older Heart Failure Patients. JACC-HEART FAILURE, 1(3), 245-251
  2. Applications where such data appear are survival of twins, survival of married couples and families, time to failure of right and left kidney for diabetic patients, life history data with time to outbreak of disease, complications and death, recurrent episodes of diseases and cross-over studies with time responses
  3. Terebelo, S., M. Markell (2011). Minority patients with systolic heart failure have a lower belief in the necessity of medication score than patients with a kidney transplant from the same population. Circulation: Cardiovascular Quality and Outcomes 4(6_Meeting Abstracts): AP7
  4. Our result was based on perspective cohort studies with NOS score > 7, so we believed that our result was more reliable because of low risk of bias, large sample size, and statistical power. For TSH values below 10 mIU/L, our meta-analysis got a similar result with previous meta-analyses [ 27 , 28 ]
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Background: Adoption of the Lung Allocation Score (LAS) has led to increased listing of older patients and those with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) for lung transplantation (LTX). Older patients and those with IPF have higher prevalence of coronary artery disease (CAD), a relative contraindication for LTX. The impact of the LAS on CAD prevalence and cardiovascular morbidity in LTX. TCT-5 Complete versus Culprit only lesion intervention in ACS Patients with multi-vessel disease: Incidence and outcomes from The London Heart Attack Group . Journal of the American College of Cardiology vol. 70 , ( 18 ) b2 - b3 Abstract: Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) has shown a substantial reduction in heart failure patient morbidity and mortality, with improvement in quality of life as well as symptoms. The therapy is, however, limited to approximately 10%-15% of heart failure patients and, typically, 30% do not derive benefit from the device Effect of bucindolol on heart failure outcomes and heart rate response in patients with reduced ejection fraction heart failure and atrial fibrillation. Eur J Heart Fail. 2013 Mar; 15(3):324-33. PMID: 23223178

Heart failure (HF) and atrial fibrillation (AF) demonstrate a constantly increasing prevalence during the 21 st century worldwide, as a result of the aging population and the successful interventions of the clinical practice in the deterioration of adverse cardiovascular outcomes. HF and AF share common risk factors and pathophysiological mechanisms, creating the base of a constant interrelation Survival and outcome were determined at hospital discharge, with cerebral performance category score 1-2 defined as a good neurological outcome. Results. We enrolled 277 patients; 58% had a shockable rhythm, 44% survived, 41% good neurological outcome. Of the 107 (38%) patients who underwent cardiac catheterization, 30 (28%) had PCI

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