Gender differences in clinical outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention-analysis of 15,106 patients from the Cardiac Registry of Pakistan database
Medicine; Cardiology; Office of the Provost
There is a scarcity of data on gender differences in outcomes during and after percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) in the South Asian population. We assessed the gender differences in in-hospital mortality and complications in patients who underwent PCI. We conducted a cross-sectional study of 15,106 patients from the CROP (Cardiac Registry of Pakistan) CathPCI database. Logistic regression was used to determine factors associated with in-hospital mortality (primary outcome), access site hematoma, and bleeding complications. Approximately 19.6% were women. Women were older (mean age = 57.3 vs 54.4 years) and had a higher prevalence of diabetes (49.3% vs 32.6%), hypertension (72.8% vs 56.4%), peripheral arterial disease (1.5% vs 1%), and cerebrovascular accident (1.2% vs 0.8%) than men (p
The American journal of cardiology
Khan, S. M.,
Khan, M. D.,
Ramsey, D. J.,
Virani, S. S.
(2023). Gender differences in clinical outcomes after percutaneous coronary intervention-analysis of 15,106 patients from the Cardiac Registry of Pakistan database. The American journal of cardiology, 188, 61-67.
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