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1992
Start of the ABC Study on Heart Disease
1997
Albumin excretion rate (marker of endothelial dysfunction) found to increase during acute myocardial infarction and to predict early mortality (in-hospital).
2003
C-reactive protein (inflammation) in acute myocardial infarction found to be association with heart failure and mortality.
2008
Albumin excretion in acute myocardial infarction found associated to long-term mortality (seven years)
2009
Atrial fibrillation during acute myocardial infarction found associated to sudden death after 7-year of follow-up.
2009
Low-dose digitalis during acute myocardial infarction found to be protective for long-term sudden death (seven years).
2012
ABC-1 Study on Heart Disease. The four factors of the ABC model (estimated glomerular filtration rate, albumin/creatinine excretion ratio, history of angina, and previous myocardial infarction) improved the predictive power of other traditional models for long-term event-free survival.
2014
ABC-2 Study on Heart Disease. It identified clinical predictors of long-term mortality (twelve years) after ACS that might help prognostication, patient education, and risk modification. It showed that the analysis of the modes of death might improve the risk assessment.
2016
ABC-3 Study on Heart Disease. It indicates that women and men with acute coronary syndrome have different long-term cardiovascular mortality risk across increasing degrees of heart failure. Gender is an independent effect modifier of heart failure for cardiovascular mortality.

 

 

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