Comparative analysis of safety of interventional therapy for different types of coronary heart disease based on bioelectrical signals
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Zhao Zhuohua, Tian Li
Objective: To analyze the safety of interventional therapy for different types of coronary heart disease based on bioelectrical signals. Methods: From January 2019 to February 20120, 168 patients with coronary heart disease treated by PCI were selected for study. All the selected patients met the diagnostic criteria of coronary heart disease and had no contraindication of PCI, and all of them knew and signed the consent form. Randomly divided into control group and research group, and compared the operation-related complications between the two groups. Results: The comparison of perioperative operation between the two groups showed that the puncture time of radial artery puncture intervention was significantly longer than that of femoral artery, but the postoperative hospitalization time was significantly lower than that of the control group (P<0.05). There was no significant difference between chronic coronary artery disease and operation-related complications (acute thrombosis, no reflow/slow blood flow, reocclusion, death, etc.) in the research group (P > 0.05). Conclusion: The safety of CVIT treatment for different types of coronary heart disease patients is similar.
Bioelectric signal, Coronary heart disease, Interventional therapy, Security