17. Comparison of grace, timi risk scores for prediction of major adverse cardiac events in patients with acute myocardial infarction, Vietnam

Vu Ngoc Trung, Nguyen Khanh Linh, Vu Van Nga, Le Thi Diem Hong, Pham Thi Thuy An, Do Thi Quynh

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Acute myocardial infarction (MI) is one of the leading causes of cardiovascular death and can experience many events during illness. Therefore, many risk prediction scales have been established to stratify patients with acute MI, in which TIMI and GRACE scores are common. We conducted this study to compare the predictability of GRACE and TIMI scores in patients with acute MI within 12 months. A prospective cohort study was performed on 195 patients with acute MI, of which 86 patients had ST elevation (STEMI) and 109 patients without ST elevation (NSTEMI). The study looked at five major events including death, coronary re-intervention, bleeding due to drug use, re-hospitalization, and stroke. As a result, the heart rate in the STEMI group was 83.06 ± 14.78, higher than the heart rate of the NSTEMI group at admission (78.59 ± 10.63), the difference was significant with p = 0.015. The study has not shown the predictive effect of GRACE and TIMI scores on the occurrence of events in patients with acute MI within 12 months. However, the study showed that GRACE can better ability to stratify the risk for the group of subjects that had not yet occurred.

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