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2017, vol. 36, br. 1, str. 21-26
Relationship between age and clinical and laboratory features at admission in patients with pulmonary embolism
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aVojnomedicinska akademija, Klinika za urgentnu internu medicinu, Beograd
bVojnomedicinska akademija, Institut za medicinsku biohemiju, Beograd
cInstitut za plućne bolesti, Sremska Kamenica
dKlinički centar Niš, Klinika za kardiovaskularne bolesti

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Objective. The relation between age and clinical presentation of pulmonary embolism (PE) is not investigated in details. Methods. One hundred and seventy two consecutive patients with PE treated in the period of five years in the single center were enrolled in this study. According to age, patients were divided into tertiles, I ≤ 54 years, II 54-70 years and III > 70 years. Patients' characteristics, Wells score, risk distribution, basic symptoms, ECG signs, laboratory markers at admission and six-month outcome were compared between tertiles of age. Results. Patients in the third tertile were more often women, and had suffered more from common comorbidities. In the first tertile males and smokers predominated; patients had lower BMI and more frequently positive family history for venous thromboembolism. In the third tertile of age fewer patients were presented as a high probability Wells score and more patients could be classified as high-risk patients. Among ECG signs in the multivariant analysis only atrial fibrillation were significantly associated with advance age. Admission glycaemia, brain natriuretic peptide and d-dimers significantly increased and arterial oxygen pressure decreased across the tertiles no matter the presence of comorbidities which may have strong influence. The overall six-month mortality and major bleeding were not significantly different across the tertiles in whole group, but if we excluded patients with malignant disease, mortality rate was highest in the third tertile of age. Conclusion. In patients with PE there are several important differences in clinical presentation of PE which may have important influence on diagnostic procedures, therapy and outcome.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/siks1701021D
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