Association Between TG-to-HDL-C Ratio and In-Stent Stenosis Under Optical Coherence Tomography Guidance
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We determined the relevance between the TG-to-HDL-C ratio and stent restenosis. Ninety-nine patients with in-stent stenosis (ISR) who were admitted to An Zhen Hospital in Beijing between April 2014 and June 2017 were selected. At the same time, 122 patients with coronary stenosis <50% were selected. All patients were tested for TG, HDL-C, and TG/HDL-C ratio. Optical coherence tomography (OCT) can assess microscopic status in all ISR patients. The proportion of male and Diabetic patients were significantly higher for ISR. There were differences in the prevalence of cigarette smokers among the different tissue types, among which the layered tissue type accounted for the highest proportion. In logistic regression analysis the study showed that male, diabetes mellitus, and the TG/HDL-C ratio are risk factors for ISR. The ISR ROC was 0.725 based on the TG/HDL-C ratio diagnosis. It is related to the degree of coronary stenosis and effective in diagnosing in-stent stenosis in ISR.
KeywordsOptical coherence tomography Coronary heart disease In-stent restenosis TG-to-HDL ratio
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The Institutional Ethics Committee of Beijing An Zhen Hospital approved the research protocol (No.2018022X).
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