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Table 1 Baseline characteristics (n = 41)

From: Peak CK-MB has a strong association with chronic scar size and wall motion abnormalities after revascularized non-transmural myocardial infarction – a prospective CMR study

Demographics
 Age, year 60 (50–67)
 Gender, male 34 (83)
 Body mass index, kg/m2 27 (24–30)
Cardiovascular risk factors
 Dyslipidemia 35 (85)
 Hypertension 14 (34)
 Diabetes 8 (20)
 Smoking 16 (39)
 Family risk for coronary artery disease 25 (61)
ST-elevation myocardial infarction 33 (81)
Culprit coronary artery
 Left anterior descending (or left main) 24 (59)
 Circumflex artery 5 (12)
 Right coronary 12 (29)
Multiple vessel disease 19 (46)
Anterior infarct 24 (59)
Method of reperfusion
 Thrombolysis 2 (5)
 Primary percutaneus coronary intervention 35 (85)
 Coronary artery bypass graft 4 (10)
Peak CK-MB (μg/L) 86 (40–216)
Discharge medication
 Aspirin 38 (93)
 Clopidogrel 37 (90)
 Beta blocker 40 (98)
 ACE-inhibitor/AT2-blocker 26 (63)
 Statin 40 (98)
 Diuretic 3 (7)
 Nitrate 1 (2)
 Warfarin 2 (5)
  1. Values are median (interquartile range) or n (%)
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