Adipokine profi le in patients with ischemic heart disease in stenting of the coronary arteries: contribution of changes in psychoemotional status

A. O. Lobe, D. N. Ivanchenko, N. P. Dorofeeva, L. P. Sizyakina, M. V. Kharitonova, S. V. Shlyk
2020 Medical Herald of the South of Russia  
Objective: to investigate the adipokine profile's changes, depending on the presence or absence the signs of psychoemotional disorders in the form of associated affective symptoms in patients with stable coronary heart disease (CHD) without diagnosed carbohydrate metabolism's disorders undergoing routine percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) with stenting, and also to assess their relationship with clinical outcomes within 1 year after hospitalization.Materials and methods: the study
more » ... 20 male patients with stable angina pectoris of functional classes II – III, hospitalized for coronary stenting. The severity of affective symptoms were being assessed. The levels markers of adiponectin, leptin, resistin in the blood plasma were determined before PCI and on the 3rd day after the operation.Results: patients with stable coronary artery disease had increase in resistin concentrations and a decrease in adiponectin levels compared with reference. The change of psychoemotional status was accompanied by an initially more expressed increase in the concentrations of plasma resistin. The resistin's level has been signifi cantly increased on the third day after PCI in patients without depressive symptoms. The dynamics of depressive symptoms hasn't observed during the year. Clinically unfavorable outcomes, including stent's restenosis, re-hospitalization, and the increase in angina attacks, were recorded more oft en in patients with subclinical symptoms of depression that persisted throughout the observation period.Conclusions: the factors that negatively aff ected the cardiac prognosis were the disorders of the psychoemotional status and adipokine's changes, including аn increasе of resistin's and a decrease of adiponectin's levels.
doi:10.21886/2219-8075-2020-11-2-62-70 fatcat:nlga2klmnnfmteoqsojwwhk36a