Are women with type 2 diabetes mellitus more susceptible to cardiovascular complications following coronary angioplasty?: a meta-analysis.

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Insulin 14211 baseline (if reported) has also been summarized in Table 4.Table 4Medication profile at baselineStudies Insulin therapyAspirinClopidogrelStatinBeta-blockerMale/femaleMale/femaleMale/femaleMale/femaleMale/femaleBlondal
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diabetes mellitus 57 Title: BMC Cardiovascular DisordersAre women with type 2 diabetes mellitus more susceptible to cardiovascular complications following coronary angioplasty?: a meta-analysisPravesh
diabetes mellitus 1006 language publications reporting adverse cardiovascular outcomes in male versus female patients with diabetes mellitus respectively following coronary angioplasty. The RevMan 5.3 software was used to analyze selected adverse
diabetes mellitus 4417 language publications reporting adverse cardiovascular outcomes in male versus female patients with diabetes mellitus following coronary angioplasty.During this search process, the terms ‘diabetes mellitus, gender and
diabetes mellitus 4507 patients with diabetes mellitus following coronary angioplasty.During this search process, the terms ‘ diabetes mellitus , gender and percutaneous coronary intervention’ were used. The words ‘diabetes mellitus’ were
diabetes mellitus 4599 terms ‘diabetes mellitus, gender and percutaneous coronary intervention’ were used. The words ‘ diabetes mellitus ’ were also replaced by the abbreviation ‘T2DM’, the term ‘gender’ was also replaced by the
diabetes mellitus 19482 short-term outcomes following percutaneous coronary intervention between male and female patients with diabetes mellitus Fig. 13Funnel plot representing publication bias across studies which assessed the long-term outcomes
diabetes mellitus 19684 long-term outcomes following percutaneous coronary intervention between male and female patients with diabetes mellitus DiscussionA worse prognosis is often associated with patients suffering from T2DM following coronary
diabetes mellitus 19898 coronary angioplasty compared to patients without T2DM. However, the fact that whether women or men with diabetes mellitus are at higher risk of suffering from cardiovascular complications is still controversial. Therefore,
diabetes mellitus 21435 at baseline.Recently, Liu et al. also showed higher complications to be associated with women (with diabetes mellitus ) when compared to men, following coronary angioplasty [[11]]. In their study, women were older, majority
diabetes mellitus 21940 [[12]]. It should be noted that these women with T2DM also had an advanced age and a longer duration of diabetes mellitus when compared to male patients from the BARI 2 Diabetes Trial. To support the fact that higher co-morbidities
diabetes mellitus 22623 suggested more aggressive treatments in women [[14]]. Moreover, even if Champney et al. concluded that diabetes mellitus was no longer a main risk factor for women who underwent coronary angioplasty, their results showed
diabetes mellitus 22741 was no longer a main risk factor for women who underwent coronary angioplasty, their results showed diabetes mellitus to have a strong association with adverse cardiovascular outcomes in women compared to men when gender
diabetes mellitus 26074 studies.Different follow up periods in different studies could have affected the results.The duration of diabetes mellitus , the length of dual anti-platelet therapy use and the use of other cardiovascular and oral anti hypoglycemic
diabetes mellitus 26335 insulin therapy could also have had an effect on the outcomes between male and female patients with diabetes mellitus . Unfortunately, the medication profile was limitedly reported in these studies.ConclusionsFollowing
type 2 diabetes mellitus 50 Title: BMC Cardiovascular DisordersAre women with type 2 diabetes mellitus more susceptible to cardiovascular complications following coronary angioplasty?: a meta-analysisPravesh

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