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Pressbox (Press Release) - Larsen and colleagues concluded that, in the setting of everyday clinical practice, there were similar stroke/systemic embolism and major bleeding rates with dabigatran compared to warfarin, but mortality, intracranial bleed, PE, and MI were lower. These results were consistent in the subgroup with ��1-year follow-up. Figure options Download full-size image Download high-quality image (88 K) Download as PowerPoint slide 2274 Ziad Hijazi, Lars Wallentin, Agneta Siegbahn, Ulrika Andersson, Christina Christersson, Justin Ezekowitz, Bernard J. Gersh, Michael Hanna, Stefan Hohnloser, John Horowitz, Kurt Huber, Elaine M. Hylek, Renato D. Lopes, John J. V. McMurray, Christopher B. Granger Hijazi and colleagues assess the prognostic value of N-terminal Neratinib concentration pro-B-type natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP) in patients with atrial fibrillation (AF) enrolled in the ARISTOTLE trial (18,201 patients randomized to apixaban or warfarin) and treatment effects of apixaban according to NT-proBNP level. The association between NT-proBNP and clinical outcomes?was evaluated. BMS-777607 in vitro The results revealed that during 1.8 years the annual rates of stroke?or systemic embolism ranged from 0.74% in the bottom NT-proBNP quartile to 2.2% in the top quartile (adjusted hazard ratio [HR]: 2.33, p?<0.0001). Adding NT-proBNP levels to CHA2DS2VASC score improved C-statistics from 0.62 to 0.65 (p = 0.0009) for stroke or systemic embolism and from 0.59?to?0.69 for cardiac death (p?<0.0001). The authors conclude that levels of NT-proBNP are often elevated in AF and are independently associated with an increased RVX-208 risk for stroke?and mortality. The efficacy of apixaban compared to warfarin is independent of the?NT-proBNP level. Editorial Comment: Richard W. Troughton, Ian Crozier, p.2285 2288 Jonathan C. Hsu, Yongmei Li, Gregory M. Marcus, Priscilla Y. Hsue, Rebecca Scherzer, Carl Grunfeld, Michael G. Shlipak Hsu and colleagues investigated the association of traditional risk factors and longitudinal measures of HIV disease severity with risk of incident atrial fibrillation (AF). A national sample of 30,553 HIV-infected veterans were studied. The independent association of demographic characteristics, time-updated comorbidities, and clinical measurements including CD4+ cell count and viral load with outcomes of incident AF were examined over median follow-up 6.8 years. A total of 780 (2.6%) patients developed AF. A lower CD4+ cell count and higher viral load were independently associated with an increased risk of incident AF. In a large HIV-infected cohort, markers of HIV disease severity were independently associated with development of AF. 2296 Mathijs O. Versteylen, Bas L. Kietselaer, Pieter C. Dagnelie, Ivo A. Joosen, Admir Dedic, Rolf H. Raaijmakers, Joachim E. Wildberger, Koen Nieman, Harry J. Crijns, Wiro J. Niessen, Mat J.

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