The outcomes of acute myocardial infarction patients comorbidity with hypertension and hyperhomocysteinemia

Baseline characteristics and outcomes of patients

The baseline clinical characteristics and outcomes of 648 enrolled patients were summarized in Table 1. The whole population were divided into four categories: (1) hypertension patients with Hcy ≥ 15 µmol/L (n = 202, 31.17%); (2) hypertension patients with Hcy < 15 µmol/L (n = 157, 24.23%); (3) no-hypertension patients with Hcy ≥ 15 µmol/L (n = 153, 23.61%); (4) no-hypertension patients with Hcy < 15 µmol/L (n = 136, 20.99%). There were no significant differences in gender, heart rate, diastolic blood pressure, smoking, diabetes mellitus, and impaired renal function. However, for hypertension patients, there was a higher prevalence of age (66.83 ± 12.09 vs. 61.32 ± 11.90,…

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