Adding prompt revascularization to medical therapy did not reduce mortality or CV events in patients with type 2 diabetes and CAD

Poirier, Paul; Brooks, M. M.
October 2009
ACP Journal Club;10/20/2009, Vol. 151 Issue 4, p3
Academic Journal
The article discusses a study on the relation between prompt revascularization (PR) in medical therapy (MT) and mortality or cardiovascular (CV) events in patients with type 2 diabetes and coronary artery disease (CAD). The results of the study indicate a 30% relative reduction in mortality from 14% to 9.8%. Further, a difference was also found in the trials indicating a difference in the effects of PR and MT in major CV events.


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