Prognostic ability of cystatin C and homocysteine plasma levels for long-term outcomes in very old acute myocardial infarction patients Zhenhong Fu,1,* Xia Yang,1,* Mingzhi Shen,2,* Hao Xue,1,* Geng
Methods A total of 2426 study subjects from rural China aged 35 years and above (934 men and 1492 women) were enrolled in a cross-sectional survey. The eGFR calculation was based on the Modification of Diet in Renal Disease (MDRD) equation. The strength of the association between cardiovascular metabolic risk factors and eGFR was analyzed using a linear regression model. Results...
Search for Yi Wang in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Geng Qian in:Nature Research journals • PubMed • Google Scholar Search for Genfu Tang in:Nature Research journals ... Huang, Huihui Bao, Chunyan Zhang, Yun Song, Min Zhao and Meng Ji carried out the data collection and analysis, and provided the critical revision. Yi Wang, Geng Qian, Genfu Tang, Shanqun Jiang, Qiang Dong
Hyperhomocysteinemia is an independent predictor of long-term clinical outcomes in Chinese octogenarians with acute coronary syndrome Zhenhong Fu,1,* Geng Qian,1,* Hao Xue,1,* Jun Guo,1 Lian Chen,1 ... contributions Zhenhong Fu, Hao Xue, and Geng Qian designed the study and drafted the manuscript. Jun Guo and Wei Dong collected and analyzed the results of clinical and laboratory data. Mingzhi Shen and Xia Yang
providing valuable statistical analysis for this study. Compliance with ethics guidelines Geng QIAN, Chen WU, Yun-dai CHEN, Chen-chen TU, Jin-wen WANG, and Yong-an QIAN declare that they have no conflict of