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PREVENTION OF LEFT VENTRICLE SYSTOLIC DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME WITH ST SEGMENT ELEVATION AFTER CARDIAC REVASCULARIZATION

https://doi.org/10.20996/1819-6446-2009-5-4-33-38

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Abstract

Aim. To study effects of bioflavonoid quercetin (corvitin) on left ventricle (LV) systolic dysfunction in patients with acute coronary syndrome with ST segment elevation (ACS+ST) after cardiac revascularization.

Material and methods. 60 patients with ACS+ST (44,2±1,3 y.o.) were examined. Patients were admitted to hospital within 6 hours after complaints beginning. Patients were randomized in two groups. 30 patients of group A had standard therapy and cardiac revascularization. 30 patients of group B received corvitin additionally to standard therapy before cardiac revascularization. Echocardiography initially and stress-echocardiography with dobutamine after status stabilization (at 8-10 days of disease) were performed.

Results. Dobutamine test (with low and high doses) showed myocardial viability in patients of group B. Patients of group A had irreversible LV systolic dysfunction in 32 % of segments. Corvitin slowed down LV dilatation progression in patients with ACS+ST. It resulted in the end-diastolic and end-systolic indexes did not change within 10 days. The LV ejection fraction was more increased in patients of group B in comparison with patients of group A.

Conclusion. The early corvitin prescribing has positive effects on LV systolic function and prevents post-reperfusion complications. 

About the Authors

A. L. Alyavi
Republic Research Center for Urgent Medical Care
Uzbekistan
Farhadskaya ul. 2, Chilansarskiy rayon, Tashkent 100071


B. A. Alyavi
Republic Research Center for Urgent Medical Care
Uzbekistan
Farhadskaya ul. 2, Chilansarskiy rayon, Tashkent 100071


M. L. Kenzhaev
Republic Research Center for Urgent Medical Care
Uzbekistan
Farhadskaya ul. 2, Chilansarskiy rayon, Tashkent 100071


S. R. Kenzhaev
Republic Research Center for Urgent Medical Care
Uzbekistan
Farhadskaya ul. 2, Chilansarskiy rayon, Tashkent 100071


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Alyavi A.L., Alyavi B.A., Kenzhaev M.L., Kenzhaev S.R. PREVENTION OF LEFT VENTRICLE SYSTOLIC DYSFUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME WITH ST SEGMENT ELEVATION AFTER CARDIAC REVASCULARIZATION. Rational Pharmacotherapy in Cardiology. 2009;5(4):33-38. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.20996/1819-6446-2009-5-4-33-38

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