Presentation Title:
THE ROLE OF ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY IN EARLY AND RAPID DETERMINATION OF THE ARTERY WHICH CAUSES MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION DURING ACUTE INFERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION

Sinus Rhythm 1 


Mustafazada Javid Gurbankhan*1, PhD. Ass. Novruzova Manzar Selim1,2

University/ Affiliation and Address:
Azerbaijan Medical University/Baku,Azerbaijan

Email Id:
dr.javid.mustafa@gmail.com

Abstract:
Background
:
According to European Cardiovascular Disease Statistics,(https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Cardiovascular_diseases_statistics) an average of 2 million people die each year in European countries due to cardiovascular disease. One of the most common forms of these diseases is heart attack, especially acute myocardial infarction of the lower wall. Today, along with the patient's medical history, electrocardiography (ECG) is still the most important method for diagnosing patients with chest pain in the emergency room. Our research shows that through changes in the anamnesis and ECG, the artery that caused the myocardial infarction of the lower wall can be identified more quickly without other examinations.
Materials and methods:
 From January 2018 to January 2019, out of 134 patients who applied to the Azerbaijan Medical University “Therapeutic Clinic” with chest pain, 42 patients admitted to the hospital with a diagnosis of acute myocardial infarction of the lower wall of the heart (middle age) 57.3 ± 11; 34 men, 8 women) All documents (medical history, anesthesia, epicrisis) were evaluated retrospectively. ECG and coronary angiography results were compared.
Results:
The results show that the main arteries that cause acute myocardial infarction of the lower wall of the heart will be the right coronary artery (84.6%) and the coronary artery (15.4%). In cases where the problem is in the right coronary artery, ST segment elevation is greater in conduction III than in conduction II (94.6%).

In cases where the problem was in the circulating artery, 94.6% (p = 0.001) in V1 and 84.6% in p2 (0 = 09) were found to have ST-segment depression.
Conclusion:
In conclusion, the results of ECGs of patients with acute myocardial infarction of the lower wall of the heart show that the coronary artery causing the infarction can be identified more quickly and early.

 

Biography

Dr. Javid Mustafazaa has completed his medical education from Azerbaijan Medical University, 2020 and completed his medical training skill in GAMCA-Germany-Azerbaijan Medical Cooperation Association  from Azerbaijan Medical University, 2020. He is working as Assistant doctor in “Module Clinic”. His research interest includes cardiology, biology, physics. He has a very high social and scientific activity. (His academic Curriculum Vitae: CV)

Contact Information:

Presenting Author: Mustafazada Javid Gurbankhan

University/Organization: Azerbijan Medical University

Contact Number: +994516432418

Contact email: dr.javid.mustafa@gmail.com

Presentation Type (Oral/Poster): Oral