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[The dynamics of C-reactive protein in the process of coronary artery bypass grafting in patients with ischemic heart disease].


PMID 23808014

Abstract

The article presents the assessment of prognostic value of perioperative level of C-reactive protein in the development of post-operative cardio-vascular complications in patients with ischemic heart disease and underwent coronary artery bypass grafting. The sample consisted of 99 patients with stable forms of ischemic heart disease and underwent the planned coronary artery bypass grafting. The average age of patients was 58 +/- 4.19 years. All patients were applied direct revascularization of myocardium in conditions of artificial blood circulation. The patients were divided on the groups depending on occurrence of post-operational cardio-vascular complications. The group I consisted of 42 patients with non-complicated post-operational period (42%). The group 2 consisted of 57 patients with cardio-vascular complications and included the subgroup of 24 patients with fibrillation of atriums developed in post-operational period. The concentration of C-reactive protein was analyzed in blood serum one day before the operation and at first and seventh days after operation. The post-operative period after application of coronary artery bypass in conditions of ischemic heart disease is characterized by activation of inflammation reaction evaluated by concentration of C-reactive protein. The pre-operation level of C-reactive protein can be used as prognostic marker of development of cardio-vascular complications, post-operative fibrillation of atriums after application of coronary artery bypass in particular