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Table 1 Demographic features and laboratory parameters of patients who suffered from STEMI and NSTEMI

From: Investigation of the metabolic difference between ST-elevated myocardial infarction and non-ST-elevated myocardial infarction via LC/Q-TOF/MS/MS

Parameters STEMI (n = 19) (mean ± SD) NSTEMI (n = 20) (mean ± SD) p valuea
Age (years) 53.75 ± 4.44 56.45 ± 7.06 0.156
Gender (male) 17 16 0.661
BMI 27.46 ± 4.160 28.10 ± 4.470 0.640
CRP 4.330 ± 1.960 4.500 ± 1.610 0.764
WBC 11.96 ± 2.890 10.10 ± 2.540 0.037
NLR 3.600 ± 2.490 3.030 ± 1.920 0.421
HDL cholesterol (mg/dL) 41.35 ± 8.980 43.95 ± 13.03 0.087
LDL cholesterol (mg/dL) 137.9 ± 27.11 147.5 ± 34.68 0.396
TG 169.7 ± 106.6 196.3 ± 120.9 0.865
Troponin 13.07 ± 24.51 2.410 ± 5.100 0,064
LVEF 43.65 ± 6.730 47.20 ± 8.260 0.270
Diabetes mellitus (%) 30 40 0.507
Hypertension (%) 25 65 0.004
Smoking (%) 55 50 0.752
  1. SD standard deviation, BMI body mass index, CRP C-reactive protein, WBC white blood cell
  2. aAssociations between categorical variables were evaluated using the χ2 or Fisher’s exact test, and for the comparison of patient groups, independent sample Student’s t test was used. p < 0.05 was accepted as significant