final program

 

Saturday,
July 28, 2012
Sunday,
July 29, 2012
Monday,
July 30, 2012
Oral Presentations Oral Presentations Oral Presentations
Poster Sessions Poster Sessions Poster Sessions

 

Saturday, July 28, 2012

RATES OF INSIDE-OUT ABRASION LEADING TO LEAD EXTERNALIZATION 162 AS DIAGNOSED BY STANDARD CHEST X-RAYS J. Raber, L. Wolf, J.S. Snow, J.J. Germano, S.P. Parekh Winthrop University Hospital, Garden City, NY, USA
8:00 - 13:00 

 POSTER HALL

Board No.

 

Abstract No.

 

P101    Poster Session
INTERVENTIONAL CARDIOLOGY I

 
 

ACUTE VERSUS CHRONIC CORONARY DISEASE OUTCOMES IN OCTOGENARIANS WITH CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE
D. Bhatt, G. Trivedi, M.U. Saqlain, M. Gibb, S. Mehta, P. Kansara, University of Illinois College of Medicine, Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA

042
 

IMPACT OF STENT LENGTH ON NEOINTIMAL HYPERPLASIA AFTER RESOLUTE ZOTAROLIMUS ELUTING STENT IMPLANTATION
R. Yamada, T. Kume, K. Waseda, P.G. Yock, I.T. Meredith, M.B. Leon, L. Mauri, A.C. Yeung, P.J. Fitzgerald, Y. Honda, Stanford University Medical Center, CA, USA

043
 

SAPHENOUS VEIN GRAFT PCI VIA RADIAL ARTERY ACCESS: SAFE AND EFFECTIVE WITH REDUCED HOSPITAL LENGTH OF STAY
S.S. Bundhoo, P. Freeman, V. Kunadian, S. Vijayan, R. Edwards, T.D. Kinnaird, A. Zaman, R.A. Anderson

044
 

IN-HOSPITAL MORTALITY OF OBESE PATIENTS UNDERGOING PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION HAS BEEN DECLINING FROM 1994 TO 2006
M-R. Movahed, M. Hashemzadeh, M. Hashemzadeh The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, Tucson, AZ, USA

045
 

COMPARISON OF BASELINE CHARACTERISTICS AND OUTCOMES BETWEEN EARLY AND LATE STAGED PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION FOR ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME
N. Balasubramaniyam, W.S. Aronow, C. Palaniswamy, H.M. Lai, J. Doshi, L.J. Cuomo, S. Khera, S. Sule, S.J. Peterson, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, USA

046
 

TECHNIQUE AND PROCEDURAL OUTCOME OF PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTION FOR CHRONIC TOTAL OCCLUSION
S. Sehlli, T. Nantsupawat, A. Velasco, N. Nantsupawat, A. Kumar, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, Lubbock, TX, USA

047
 

BRACHYTHERAPY FOR IN-STENT RESTENOSIS: OUTCOMES AT 90 DAYS
G.N. Srinivas, A. Singh, B. Kaplan, B.M. Arkonac, D. Jauhar, S. Singal, R. Jauhar, Long Island Jewish Medical Center New Hyde Park, NY, USA

048
 

 

 
 

P102    Poster Session
CARDIOMYOPATHIES: VARIOUS ETIOLOGIES

 
 

FEATURES OF PRIMARY DILATED CARDIOMYOPATHY AMONG EGYPTIAN HEART FAILURE PATIENTS
B.S. Ibrahim, R.N. Hanna, M. Aboelenein, R.H. Aziz, M. Abdelhady, M. Fahmy, M. Ali, National Heart Institute, Cairo, Egypt

049
 

UNRECOGNIZED ISOLATED LEFT VENTRICULAR NONCOMPACTION PRESENTING AS STROKE IN A YOUNG WOMAN
G.A. Baquero, D.J. Colegrove, J.E. Banchs, Penn State College of Medicine. Hershey, PA, USA

050
 

PERIPRATUM HEART FAILURE WITH NORMAL EJECTION FRACTION: A NOVEL ENTITY IN THE SPECTRUM OF PERIPARTUM CARDIOMYOPATHY
N.P. Arora, N. Mahajan, K. Ballapuram, A. Kottam, M. Toosi, L.C. Afonso, Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit Medical Center, Detroit, MI, USA

051
 

CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF PERIPARTUM CARDIOMYOPATHY IN EGYPTIAN WOMEN: A REPORT OF 10 PATIENTS
B.S. Ibrahim, R.N. Hanna, M. Abo, Eleinen National Heart Institute, Cairo, Egypt

052
 

 

 
 

P103    Poster Session
CONSTRICTIVE PERICARDITIS

 
 

OCTOPUS BEYOND CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS SURGERY
S.K. Singh, V. Tewarson, A. Kumar, T. Goyal, D. Kaushal, S. Kumar, V. Devenraj, N. Rajput, S. Kumar, CSM Medical University, Lucknow, India

053
 

SIGNIFICANT CORONARY FLOW IMPAIRMENT SECONDARY TO EFFUSIVE CONSTRICTIVE PERICARDITIS
A.R. AL Emam, W.I. Khalife, G. Abu Said, M. Morsy, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA

054
 

 

 
 

P104    Poster Session
ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

 
 

IS ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY RELIABLE IN EVALUATING THE ASCENDING AORTA COMPARED TO COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN PATIENTS WITH BICUSPID AORTIC VALVE?
A
. Raizada, M.Q. Najib, J. Ganji, M. Kumar, H.P. Chaliki, May Clinic, Scottsdale, AZ, USA  

055
 

PREDICTION OF RECURRENT VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS AFTER MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION BY SPECKLE TRACKING ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY
B.L. Nguyen, L. Capotosto, G. D'Alessandro, A. Rafique, E.S. Gang, F. Barilla, R.J. Siegel, A. Vitarelli, Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
 

056
 

CLINICALLY UNRECOGNIZED MITRAL REGURGITATION IS PREVALENT IN LONE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND MAY BE ETIOLOGICALLY RELATED TO DEVELOPMENT OF LONE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
S. Sharma, S. Singh, R. Sandhu, N. Bhambi, R. Sharma, B.K. Bhambi, Bakersfield Heart Hospital, Bakersfield, CA, USA
 

057
 

MOVING BEYOND THE ABSTRACT: OBJECTIVE DETERMINANTS OF RIGHT HEART FAILURE
M.M. Ahmed, J. Petersen, A. Szady, J.M. Aranda Jr., R. Schofield, UF College of Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA
 

058
 

COMPARISON OF CARDIAC OUTPUT DETERMINED BY THERMODILUTION, THE FICK METHOD, AND TRANSTHORACIC ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY
A.A. Khanfar, W.I. Khalife, M. Morsy, P. Nalabothu, R. Merla, H.K. Kuo, M. Aldeiri, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, USA
 

059
 

ASSESSMENT OF RIGHT ATRIAL FUNCTION COMPARED TO INTERATRIAL SEPTUM AND LEFT ATRIUM: A DOPPLER MYOCARDIAL IMAGING STUDY IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS
Z. Ojaghi-Haghighi, A. Alizadehasl, M. Maleki, N. Naderi, M. Esmaeilzadeh, F. Noohi, H. Moladoust, H. Bakhshandeh, P. Nakhostin Davari, R. Azarfarin Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
 

060
 

ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC THROMBOEMBOLIC PULMONARY HYPERTENSION BEFORE AND AFTER PULMONARY ARTERY ENDARTERECTOMY
M. Shojaeifard, G.H. Omrani, M. Esmaeilzadeh, H. Bakhshandeh Abkenar Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
 

061
 

EFFECT OF ECHO CONTRAST ON WALL THICKNESS MEASUREMENTS: COMPARISON WITH MRI
R. Bhardwaj, P. Sharma, T. Kazmi, J. Roy, A.P. Morise, G. Hobbs, A.C. Jain, C.F. Failinger, West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA

062
 

ECHOCARDIOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN PULMONARY EMBOLISM
R. Cohen, P. Loarte, V. Navarro, B. Mirrer, Woodhull Medical Center, NYU School of Medicine. Brooklyn, NY, USA

063
 

 

 
 

P105    Poster Session
ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY

 
 

EVALUATION OF A NOVEL ALGORITHM FOR CARDIAC RISK ASSESSMENT IN PATIENTS REFERRED FOR KIDNEY TRANSPLANT
K.K. Mogali, J.R. Vilaro, M.M. Ahmed, M.C. Karam Demori, J.M. Aranda,Jr., University of Florida College of Medicine, Gainesville, FL, USA
 

064
 

CARDIOMETABOLIC RISK FACTORS, REVEALED IN HEALTH CENTERS, AND PROLONGATION OF QT-INTERVAL
M.V. Avdeeva, A.B. Shapovalova, L.V. Shcheglova, St.-Petersburg State Pediatric Medical Academy, St. Petersburg, Russia
 

065
 

SERIAL MEASUREMENTS OF TROPONIN AFTER AN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME
E.M. Macin, M. Onocko, M. Arevalo, R. Zoni, E.R. Perna, L. Reyes, J.M. Lange, B. Gonzalez Arjol, L. Peña, M. Brizuela, Instituto de Cardiologia JFCabral, Corrientes, Argentina
 

066
 

THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN SELF-RATED HEALTH AND SERUM LIPIDS ACROSS TIME
A. Shirom, S. Toker, S. Melamed, I. Shapira, Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel
 

067
 

ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION: A COMMON FINDING?
E.M. Macin, R. Zoni, M. Onocko, M. Arevalo, C. Burgos, S. Popilosky, E.R. Perna, F. Echeverria, Instituto de Cardiologia JFCabral, Corrientes, Argentina
 

068
 

ASSESSING THE ROLE OF HOMOCYSTEIN IN NUMBER AND SEVERITY OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE (CAD), IN PATIENTS WITH AND WITHOUT MAJOR CORONARY RISK FACTORS THAT UNDERWENT ELECTIVE CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY
M. Sadeghi, B. Elahi, Rajayi Heart Center, Tehran, Iran
 

069
 

 

 
 

P106    Poster Session
SYSTEMIC HYPERTENSION: BASIC AND CLINICAL

 
 

PRE-DIABETES IN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS WITH VITAMIN D DEFICIENCY
N.K. Agarwal, S.K. Agarwal, St. George's University, St. George's, Grenada, West Indies, Agarwal Health Center, East Orange, NJ, USA

070
 

ANTHROPOMETRIC MEASURES AS PREDICTORS OF PREHYPERTENSION IN ADOLESCENTS
M. Bracho, C. Esis, E. Silva, A. Gonzalez, J. Villasmil, S. Briceno, G. Bermudez, G. Calmon, Instituto de Enfermedades Cardiovasculares de la Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela
 

071
 

12-WEEK TREATMENT WITH VALSARTAN ON CENTRAL AORTIC SYSTOLIC PRESSURE MEASURED BY BPRO DEVICE IN HYPERTENSIVE ASIANS
H.H. Teong, A. Chin, A.A. Sule, V. Chadachan, P. Handa, J.C. Tay, Tan Tock Seng Hospital, Singapore
 

072
 

EFFECT OF PRIOR ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE USE ON MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOGENIC SHOCK REQUIRING INTRAAORTIC BALLOON PUMP USAGE
J.H.J. See, J. Chow, Changi General Hospital, Singapore
 

073
 

SUBCLINICAL DEPRESSION IN A HYPERTENSIVE POPULATION
S.K. Agarwal, Agarwal Health Center, East Orange, NJ, USA
 

074
 

THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEVELS AND BLOOD PRESSURE
D. Wijesena, J. Liu, Brock University, ON, Canada
 

075
 

RENAL SYMPATHETIC DENERVATION: A SYSTEMATIC ANALYSIS
S. Sontineni,
O. Bansal, Creighton University, Omaha, NE, USA  

076
 

PREVALENCE OF HYPERTENSION AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED AMONG HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ZAHEDAN, IRAN
F. Khoshkhou, A. Arbabisarjou, Islamic Azad University of Zahedan Branch, Zahedan, Iran
 

077
 

INVESTIGATIONS OF PLANTS USED FOR THE HYPERTENSION IN THE DAGANBHUIYAN UPAZILA WTHIN FENI DISTRICT OF BANGLADESH
M.A.H. Mollik
, Peoples Integrated Alliance, Mirpur, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Prescience Trust Funds, Phoenixville, PA, USA  

078
 

 

 
13:30 - 18:00    
Board No.

 

 POSTER HALL

 

P201    Poster Session
PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE / CAROTID ARTERY DISEASE / ISCHEMIC STROKE

 
 

COMPARISON OF ANGIOGRAPHIC FEATURES OF SUPERFICIAL FEMORAL ARTERY DISEASE IN DIABETICS AND NON-DIABETICS PRESENTING WITH LIFE-STYLE LIMITING CLAUDICATION
A. Mohammad, G. Pershwitz, D. Tran, W. Warshauer, E. Brilakis, S. Banerjee, Veterans Affairs North Texas Medical Center, Dallas, TX, USA

145
 

PREVALENCE OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE WITH BOTH CEREBRAL VASCULAR ACCIDENT & PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE
R. Alvi, N.C. Bhalodkar, J.N. Bella, C. McCaleb, M. Afshar, Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center affiliated with Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, USA
 

146
 

THE OUTCOME OF DIFFERENT ENDOVASCULAR REVASCULARIZATION METHODS USED TO TREAT CRITICAL PERIPHERAL ARTERIAL DISEASE
M.S. Hettiarachchi, A. Alani, T. Mohamad, C. Arsene, D.H. Rustom, H. Aurakzai, A. Kassier, M. Elder, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA
 

147
 

ANATOMIC ORIENTATION OF THE BRACHIOCEPHALIC VESSELS: ARCH
R. Tayal, B. LeSar, V. Spektor, A. Garg, M. Cohen, N. Wasty Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Newark, NJ, USA
 

148
 

MANAGEMENT OF COMBINED SEVERE CAROTID STENOSIS AND CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN THE SOUTHERN REGION POPULATION OF SAUDI ARABIA
R.B. Birudugadda, H. Aliter, E. Hassan, R.E. Gallo, M. Al-Murayeh, Armed Forces Hospital Southern Region, Khamis Mushayt, Saudi Arabia
 

149
 

 

 
 

P202   Poster Session
MEDICAL AND INTERVENTIONAL THERAPY FOR ATRIAL FIBRILLATION

 
 

CIRCULATING HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 70 AND ANTI-HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN 70 ANTIBODIES IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION
J. Kornej, J. Kosiuk, C. Reinhardt, A. Arya, H. Hindricks, V. Adams, D. Husser, A. Bollmann, Heart Center Leipzig, Germany

150
 

OUTCOMES OF DIRECT CURRENT CARDIOVERSION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN A MULTI-ETHNIC ASIAN POPULATION
J.B. Ng, V.H. Tan, Changi General Hospital, Singapore
 

151
 

RESPONSE OF HIGH-SENSITIVE C-REACTIVE PROTEIN TO CATHETER ABLATION OF ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND ITS RELATION WITH RHYTHM OUTCOME
J. Kornej, J. Kosiuk, C. Reinhardt, A. Arya, G. Hindricks, V. Adams, D. Husser, A. Bollmann, Heart Center Leipzig, Germany
 

152
 

LEFT ATRIAL MIXOMA FOLLOWING TRANSCATHETER RADIOFREQUENCY ABLATION
J. Rubio-Alvarez, B. Adrio, J. Sierra, L. Reija, J. Garcia-Carro, University Hospital, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

153
 

IS QRS DURATION ASSOCIATED WITH ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN PATIENTS WITH HEART FAILURE AND PRESERVED EJECTION FRACTION?
M.S. Sidhu, A.M. Robert, J. Zipursky, J. Gigliotti, J.R. Brown, D.J. Malenka, M.L. Greenberg, A.T. Kono, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center, Lebanon, NH, USA

154
 

DIGOXIN IN A-FIB RVR: SLOW AND STEADY MAY WIN THE RACE IN SOME
T. Mirza, D.S. Dabiesingh, E.F. Aziz, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center and Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, NY, USA

155
 

ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IS A CHRONIC INFLAMMATORY STATE: A SUPPORT TO THE THEORY
U.N. Srivatsa, J. Rogers, UC Davis Medical Center, Sacramento, CA, USA

156
 

STROKE PREVENTION IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN SAUDI (SPAF-SAUDI): A PHASE IV TRIAL
N.A Alanazi, A.S. Hersi, KKUH, Riyadh, KSA

157
 

INCIDENCE AND PREDICTIVE FACTORS OF POSTOPERATIVE ATRIAL FIBRILLATION IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CORONARY ARTERY BYPASS GRAFTING
A. Gonzalez, J. Castellano, C. Esis, E. Silva, M. Bracho, J.J. Villasmil, G. Calmon, S. Briceno, Instituto de Investigaciones en Enfermedades Cardiovasculares de La Universidad del Zulia, Maracaibo, Venezuela

158
 

 

 
 

P203    Poster Session
CARDIAC PACING, DEFIBRILLATION AND RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY

 
 

SUPERIOR VENA CAVA (SVC) ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY AS A SCREENING TOOL TO PREDICT CARDIOVASCULAR IMPLANTABLE DEVICE (CIED) LEAD FIBROSIS
S.J. Yakish
, A. Narula, A. Kohut, R. Foley, S. Kutalek, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA, USA

159
 

ROLE OF GLOBAL 2D STRAIN IN PREDICTION OF VENTRICULAR ARRYTHMIA IN PATIENTS WITH INTRACARDIAC DEFIBRILATOR
A. Sadeghpour, A. Shirafkan, M. Haghjoo, A. Azhari, B. Elahi, Tehran University of Medical Science, Iran
 

160
 

FLUOROSCOPY GUIDED AXILLARY VEIN PUNCTURE AS A RELIABLE METHOD FOR PACEMAKER, DEFIBRILLATOR AND CRTD INSERTION
M.S. Hettiarachchi, A. Faraj, S. Fares, A. Saulitis, M. Siddiqui Detroit Medical Center, Sinai-Grace Hospital, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, USA
 

161
 

RATES OF INSIDE-OUT ABRASION LEADING TO LEAD EXTERNALIZATION AS DIAGNOSED BY STANDARD CHEST X-RAYS
J. Raber, L. Wolf, J.S. Snow, J.J. Germano, S.P. Parekh, Winthrop University Hospital, Garden City, NY, USA
 

162
 

CARDIAC RESYNCHRONIZATION THERAPY REDUCES VENTRICULAR HIGH RATE EPISODES BUT NOT ATRIAL ARRHYTHMIAS
R. Somani
, K.A. Michael, K. Stuart, K. Aldworth-Gaumond, H. Abdollah, C. Simpson, A. Baranchuk, D. Redfearn, Queen's University, Kingston General Hospital, Kingston, ON, Canada  

163
 

WILL ALTERNATE VECTORS YIELD ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WHEN MEASURING INTRATHORACIC IMPEDANCE
R. Small, V. Sharma, Z. Song, D. Hettrick, L. Rathman, P. VanBuren, The Heart Group of LGHealth, Lancaster, PA, USA
 

164
 

A NOVEL APPROACH TO LEFT VENTRICULAR LEAD PLACEMENT IN CRT-D
C. Macias, M.B. West, University of New Mexico, HSC, Albuquerque, NM, USA
 

165
 

GEOGRAPHIC VARIATIONS IN PATIENTS RECEIVING PERMANENT PACEMAKERS- DO INDIANS AGE EARLIER?
U.N. Srivatsa, S. Sola, B. Barooah, B. Hoppe, UC Davis, CA, USA
 

166
 

SINGLE SITE PERFORMANCE OF THE ST. JUDE RIATA 1581 LEAD: AN INCREASED FAILURE RATE
S.S. McCearley, K.A. Ellenbogen, F.E. Fyke, D.B. Trussell, D.A. Wolfe, E.M. Quin, M.H. Roach, L.L. McNeil, S.M. Borganelli, University of Mississippi, Jackson, MS, USA
 

167
 

 

 
 

P204    Poster Session
ACUTE MYOCARDIAC INFARCTION: MEDICAL AND INTERVENTIONAL THERAPY

 
 

RADIAL VERSUS FEMORAL ARTERY ACCESS FOR PERCUTANEOUS CORONARY INTERVENTIONS IN PATIENTS WITH ST SEGMENT ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION – A SINGLE CENTER EXPERIENCE
A. Deshmukh, P. Turner, S. Kanuri, R. Gangi, O. Bansal, A. Smer, M. DelCore, C. Hunter, A. Mooss, D. Esterbrooks, The Cardiac Center of Creighton University, Omaha, NE, USA

168
 

CORONARY STENT DIAMETER VARIABILITY AMONG ETHNIC GROUPS UNDERGOING REVASCULARIZATION FOR STEMI
H. Heretis, E. Shlofmitz, M. Balek, C. Park, A.J. Buda
, New York Hospital of Queens, Weill-Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, USA  

169
 

ELEVATED LEFT VENTRICULAR END-DIASTOLIC PRESSURE DOES NOT PREDICT MORTALITY IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION TREATED WITH PRIMARY ANGIOPLASTY AND OPTIMAL MEDICAL THERAPY
J.D. Ascenzo, M. El-Hajjar, M. Torosoff, Albany Medical College, Albany, NY, USA
 

170
 

FRAGMENTED QRS COMPLEX IN ACUTE ANTERIOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION AND CORONARY SINUS BLOOD FLOW: IS THERE ANY RELEVANCE?
A. Alizadehasl, B. Mohebbi, M. Toufan, M. Esmaeilzadeh, A. Hosseinsabet, R. Azarfarin, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran
 

171
 

THE SAFETY AND EFFECTIVENES OF DOUBLE RENIN-ANGIOTENSIN- ALDOSTERONE SYSTEM BLICKADE IN ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
H.G. Hayrapetyan, F.H. Muradyan, Erebouni MC, Yerevan, Armenia

172
 

DECLINE IN THE IN-HOSPITAL MORTALITY OF TYPE 2 DIABETES PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ST SEGMENT ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
M-R. Movahed, M. Hashemzadeh, M. Hashemzadeh, The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, Tucson, AZ, USA
 

173
 

HOW IS RIGHT VENTRICULAR INVOLVEMENT RELATED WITH MORTALITY AND REHOSPITALIZATION RATES IN ACUTE INFERIOR MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION WITH ST SEGMENT ELEVATION?
H.G. Hayrapetyan, K.G. Adamyan, F.H. Muradyan, Erebouni MC, Yerevan, Armenia
 

174
 

EARLY PRESCRIPTION OF TIROFIBAN AND ANGIOGRAPHIC TIMI 3 FLOW OF PATIENTS WITH ST ELEVATION MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
M. Mousavi, M. Salarifar, S.E. Kassaian, E. Nematipour, M. Alidousti, H. Poorhosseini, A. Hajizeinali, N. Yousefpour Sadatmahele, Y. Genab, A. Bozorgi Tehran University of Medical sciences, Tehran Heart Center, Tehran, Iran
 

175
 

 

 
 

P205    Poster Session
EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY

 
 

STUDY THE EFFECT OF EXERCISE ON SYSTOLIC PULMONARY ARTERY PRESSURE IN HEALTHY SUBJECTS
F. Ahmadi, M. Seiedian, M. Nourizadeh, A. Lalvand, M. Hassan Adel, Imam Hospital, Ahvaz, Iran

176
 

CORRELATION BETWEEN BODY MASS INDEX AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY IN PATIENTS WITH IMPAIRED RELAXATION
W. Khalife, M. Morsy, P. Nalabothu, A. Khan, H. Van, S. Onguti, S. Hussein, University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB), Galveston, TX, USA
 

177
 

ASSESSMENT OF ENERGY EXPENDITURE DURING PILATES EXERCISES
L.D.H. Gomes, M.C.C. Tenorio, A.M. Mendonca, C.K.C. Sa, ActivePilates, EBMSP, Salvador, Bahia 3UEFS, Feira de Santana, Bahia, Brasil
 

178
 

 

 
 

P206    Poster Session
CAD: SECONDARY PREVENTION, CARDIAC REHAB 

 
 

THE EFFECT OF SECONDARY PREVENTION IN ACUTE CORONARY SYNDROME: A 3-YEAR FOLLOW-UP RESULT
W.Z. Han, W. Fang, H. Chen, X.B. Qiu, X.M. Hou, S.F. Guan, Shanghai Chest Hospital affiliated to Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China
 

179
 

EFFECTS OF CARDIAC REHABILITATION AND EXERCISE TRAINING PROGRAMS ON BODY COMPOSITION IN CORONARY PATIENTS
B. Moradi, M. Esmaeilzadeh, M. Maleki, M. Nalini, S.H. Jafari, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

180
 

 

 

 


 


 

 

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