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Low serum albumin (LSA) on admission for acute myocardial infarction (AMI) is related to adverse in-hospital outcomes. However, the relationship between LSA and long-term post-AMI cardiovascular outcomes is unknown. A single-center, non-randomized, retrospective study was performed to investigate the prognostic impact of LSA at admission for AMI on cardiovascular death or newly developed HF in the remote phase after AMI. Admission serum albumin tertiles (<3.8, 3.8–4.2, ≥4.2 g/dL) were used todoi:10.3390/nu12092637 pmid:32872477 fatcat:v3oks55z3vc5jnsnwvpqzzmd6q