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The Associtaion between Uric Acid Level with Multivessel Coronary Artery Disease on Patients who Underwent Coronary Angiography in Abdul Wahab Syahranie General Hospital Samarinda

Author : M.D.Pratama, D. Budiono, O.M.S Nasution, D. Herdianto
Upload Date : 19-04-2018

Background: The association between serum uric acid with coronary artery disease remains controversial and it has not yet been established as cardiovascular risk factor. Our objective was to study the association of serum uric acid level with multivessel coronary artery disease on patients who underwent coronary angiography in Abdul Wahab Syahranie General Hospital Samarinda.

Methods: A cross sectional study involved 77 patients ranged from 35 to 78 years who underwent coronary angiography in Abdul Wahab Syahranie General Hospital from January to December 2017. Data were retrieved from medical record. Student’s t-test was applied to find the association of uric acid level and multivessel coronary artery disease.

Results: Mean of uric acid level in patients without multivessel coronary artery disease are 6.296±1.62 mg/dL, meanwhile in patients with multivessel coronary artery disease are 6.88±2.19 mg/dL, Twenty four (31.20%) of 77 patients have single vessel disease or insignificant lesion and 53 patients (68.8%) have two or three vessel disease. The association between uric level and multi vessel coronary artery disease were p = 0.247

Conclusion: Serum acid level aren’t statistically significant associated with CAD severity. Patients with multivessel coronary artery disease have higher serum uric acid level than patients with ssingle vessel disease or insignificant lesion.

KEYWORDS : Uric acid level, multivessel coronary artery disease

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