Record s0014lre-patient001
  • Age: 81
  • Sex: Female
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Additional data

  • ECG date: 17/10/1990
  • Diagnose

    • Reason for admission: Myocardial infarction
    • Acute infarction (localization): infero-latera
    • Former infarction (localization): no
    • Additional diagnoses: Diabetes mellitus
    • Smoker: no
    • Number of coronary vessels involved: 1
    • Infarction date (acute): 29/09/1990
    • Previous infarction (1) date: n/a
    • Previous infarction (2) date: n/a
  • Hemodynamics

    • Catheterization date: 16/10/1990
    • Ventriculography: Akinesia inferior wall
    • Chest X-ray: Heart size upper limit of norm
    • Peripheral blood Pressure (syst/diast): 140/80 mmHg
    • Pulmonary artery pressure (at rest) (syst/diast): n/a
    • Pulmonary artery pressure (at rest) (mean): n/a
    • Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (at rest): n/a
    • Cardiac output (at rest): n/a
    • Cardiac index (at rest): n/a
    • Stroke volume index (at rest): n/a
    • Pulmonary artery pressure (load) (syst/diast): n/a
    • Pulmonary artery pressure (load) (mean): n/a
    • Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (load): n/a
    • Cardiac output (load): n/a
    • Cardiac index (load): n/a
    • Stroke volume index (load): n/a
    • Aorta (at rest) (syst/diast): 160/64 cmH2O
    • Aorta (at rest) mean: 106 cmH2O
    • Left coronary artery stenoses (RIVA): RIVA 70% proximal to ramus diagonalis_2
    • Left coronary artery stenoses (RCX): No stenoses
    • Right coronary artery stenoses (RCA): No stenoses
    • Echocardiography: n/a
  • Therapy

    • Infarction date: 29/09/1990
    • Catheterization date: 16/10/1990
    • Admission date: 29/09/1990
    • Medication pre admission: Isosorbit-Dinitrate Digoxin Glibenclamide
    • Start lysis therapy (hh.mm): 19:45
    • Lytic agent: Gamma-TPA
    • Dosage (lytic agent): 30 mg
    • Additional medication: Heparin Isosorbit-Mononitrate ASA Diazepam
    • In hospital medication: ASA Isosorbit-Mononitrate Ca-antagonist Amiloride+Chlorothiazide Glibenclamide Insulin
    • Medication after discharge: ASA Isosorbit-Mononitrate Amiloride+Chlorothiazide Glibenclamide
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