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Cardiac function and outcome in patients with cardio-embolic stroke.

BACKGROUNDThe relationship between whole spectrum of Ejection fraction (EF) and cardioembolic stroke (CES) outcome has not been fully described yet. Notably, it remains unclear whether borderline EF (41∼49%) is related with poor outcome after CES. We sought to evaluate whether lower ejection fractio... Full description

Journal Title: PloS one 2014, Vol.9(4), p.e95277
Main Author: Byun, Jung-Ick
Other Authors: Jung, Keun-Hwa , Kim, Young-Dae , Kim, Jeong-Min , Roh, Jae-Kyu
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title: Cardiac function and outcome in patients with cardio-embolic stroke.
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  • Byun, Jung-Ick
  • Jung, Keun-Hwa
  • Kim, Young-Dae
  • Kim, Jeong-Min
  • Roh, Jae-Kyu
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  • Aged–Physiopathology
  • Echocardiography–Physiopathology
  • Female–Physiology
  • Heart–Physiology
  • Humans–Physiology
  • Male–Physiology
  • Middle Aged–Physiology
  • Stroke–Physiology
  • Stroke Volume–Physiology
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description: BACKGROUNDThe relationship between whole spectrum of Ejection fraction (EF) and cardioembolic stroke (CES) outcome has not been fully described yet. Notably, it remains unclear whether borderline EF (41∼49%) is related with poor outcome after CES. We sought to evaluate whether lower ejection fraction and borderline EF could predict the outcome in patients with CES. METHOD AND RESULTSWe evaluated the relationship between EF and functional outcome in 437 consecutive patients with CES. EF was introduced as continuous and categorical (EF≤40%, EF 41∼49%, EF≥50%) variable. Patients with CES and the subgroup with AF were evaluated separately. Poor short-term outcome (modified Rankin Score≥3at discharge or death within 90 days after stroke onset) and long-term mortality were evaluated. A total of 165 patients (37.8%) had poor short-term outcomes. EF tends to be lower in patients with poor short-term outcome (56.8±11.0 vs. 54.8±12.0, p-value 0.086). Overall cumulative death was136 (31.1%) in all...
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abstractBACKGROUNDThe relationship between whole spectrum of Ejection fraction (EF) and cardioembolic stroke (CES) outcome has not been fully described yet. Notably, it remains unclear whether borderline EF (41∼49%) is related with poor outcome after CES. We sought to evaluate whether lower ejection fraction and borderline EF could predict the outcome in patients with CES. METHOD AND RESULTSWe evaluated the relationship between EF and functional outcome in 437 consecutive patients with CES. EF was introduced as continuous and categorical (EF≤40%, EF 41∼49%, EF≥50%) variable. Patients with CES and the subgroup with AF were evaluated separately. Poor short-term outcome (modified Rankin Score≥3at discharge or death within 90 days after stroke onset) and long-term mortality were evaluated. A total of 165 patients (37.8%) had poor short-term outcomes. EF tends to be lower in patients with poor short-term outcome (56.8±11.0 vs. 54.8±12.0, p-value 0.086). Overall cumulative death was136 (31.1%) in all...
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