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Table 1 Patient characteristics

From: Larger infarct size associated with dysglycemia at the time of ST-elevation myocardial infarction is related to later presentation

Age (years) 60.77 +/- 11.75
Male 50/56 (89%)
Peak CK (U/l) 1318.8 +/- 1282
Hypertension 20/56 (36%)
Smoking 28/56 (50%)
Hypercholesterolemia 15/56 (27%)
Family history 17/56 (30%)
Diabetes Mellitus 0/56 (0%)
Reperfusion therapy: PPCI thrombolysis 45 (80%) 11 (20%)
Time to reperfusion (minutes) all patients PPCI only thrombolysis 194.16 +/- 121.12 (140) 189.36 +/- 113.86 (120) 213.82 +/- 152.04 (225)
Multivessel disease 22/56 (39%)
LAD culprit 25/56(45%)
Glucose (mmol/l) 7.97 +/- 2.54 (median 7.7, IQR 2.10)
HbA1c (%) 6.67 +- 1.07 (median 5.9, IQR 2.10)
IS% by FWHM 23.08 +/- 12.97 (median 20.31, IQR 16.68)
MVO% 2.02 +/- 3.67 (median 0.49, IQR 3.01)
AAR% 41.19 +/- 13.78 (median 38.78, IQR 22.21)
MSI% 53.71 +/- 26.41 (median 58.96, IQR 35.09)
ECG resolution% 62% +/- 34% (median 67%)
  1. PPCI= Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention, LAD= Left Anterior Descending Coronary Artery, IS=Infarct size, MVO=microvascular obstruction, IMH=intramyocardial hemorrhage, AAR=Area at risk, MSI= Myocardial Salvage Index.