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Advances in Clinical Medicine
Objective: To explore the effect of FFR and CFR on the prognosis of Primary Coronary Intervention (PCI) in patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction (AMI) emergency PCI. Methods: 56 cases with AMI were selected, according to the FFR and CFR boundary values of 4 groups: group A (15 cases): FFR ≥ 0.75, CRF ≥ 1.4; Group B (11 cases): FFR ≥ 0.75, CFR < 1.4; Group C (13 cases): FFR < 0.75, CRF ≥ 1.4; Group D (17 cases): FFR < 0.75, CFR < 1.4. Results: After an average of 6 months of clinicaldoi:10.12677/acm.2017.75057 fatcat:v2qe5uo4r5d5ne6noyz5xeyi7q