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Table 3 Comparing the follow-up echocardiographic characteristics between the study groups

From: Effect of minocycline on the left ventricular function following ST-elevation myocardial infarction treated by primary percutaneous coronary intervention

Characteristic Control (n=39) Intervention (n=34) P value
Systolic blood pressure, mmHg 133.5±24.8 125.9±16.4 0.263
Diastolic blood pressure, mmHg 80.0±10.3 76.0±8.4 0.177
Heart rate, bpm 74.5±14.1 70.7±15.0 0.290
LVDd 50.9±5.6 49.2±5.4 0.191
LVDs 37.2±7.3 35.2±6.7 0.218
PW 8.7±1.2 8.9±1.1 0.541
IVS 9.0±1.2 90.1±1.1 0.743
LVEDV 88.7±22.6 89.8±28.6 0.626
LVESV 48.7±16.2 49.7±21.6 0.844
LVEDV index 46.3±12.1 45.9±13.8 0.888
LVESV index 26.1±9.1 25.4±10.9 0.774
EF Simpson 44.4±8.1 45.9±8.9 0.452
PEV 60.6±16.0 60.0±18.0 0.885
PAV 73.1±20.4 70.0±19.9 0.533
E/A 0.9±0.3 0.9±0.3 0.597
Deceleration time 248.0±80.4 238.5±52.7 0.572
e septal 6.0±1.4 6.2±1.5 0.476
e lateral 7.5±2.9 8.2±2.7 0.300
E/e′ 9.5±3.3 8.6±3.1 0.257
Global systolic strain − 13.0±2.8 − 13.0±3.1 0.997
SRs − 1.1±0.3 − 1.1±0.2 0.965
Sre 1.09±0.30 1.06±0.30 0.684
Sra 0.7±0.2 0.7±0.2 0.398
  1. bpm beats per minute, IVS interventricular septum, LVDd left ventricular diastolic diameter, LVDs left ventricular systolic diameter, PAV peak A velocity, PEV peak E velocity, PW posterior wall, SR strain rate
  2. *P value less than 0.05 and as statistically significant