54 Cardiology advanced nurse practitioner (ANP) referral for coronary angiogram: an initial experience

P Stoneman, F Colbert, J Adams, M Kennedy, H Hussein, R Sheahan, BF McAdam, T Gumbrielle, I Yearoo, E Fahy
2021 General posters   unpublished
infarction (MI), target lesion revascularization (TLR) and definite or probable stent thrombosis (ST). We also compared binary angiographic restenosis (BAR) at 6-8 months. Results The median follow up for the entire study cohort was 10.0 years [interquartile range, 9.8 to 10.0 years]. At 10 years, all-cause mortality (HR=1.05 [0.95-1.16]; p=0.348) did not differ between the stent overlap and no stent overlap groups. MI (8.4% vs 5.2%; HR=1.67 [1.35-2.07], p<0.001) and TLR (23.7% vs 16.3%;
more » ... [1.36-1.74], p<0.001) occurred more frequently in the stent overlap group. For MI, landmark analysis demonstrated that this increase in risk was primarily in the first 30 days post PCI, with comparable outcomes from 30 days to 10 years. Definite/probable ST was numerically higher in the stent overlap group (HR=1.45 [0.98-2.17], p=0.06). BAR at 6-8 months was also more frequent in the stent overlap group (16.0% vs 10.3%; HR=1.65 [1.41-1.92], p<0.001). Conclusion DES overlap is associated with an increased risk of adverse clinical events post PCI. Abstract 53 Figure 1 Frequency of drug prescription Abstracts Abstract 54 Figure 1 SOP 10
doi:10.1136/heartjnl-2021-ics.54 fatcat:ix36ezv3orhbjpvr3sn5d4cnxe