EXPRESSION OF OXIDATIVE STRESS AND INFLAMMATORY INDICATORS FOR CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN KAWASAKI DISEASE

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Haibo Zhang

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Background: The paper was to investigate the clinical relevance of oxidative stress (OS) and inflammation-associated target in coronary artery lesions (CALs) associated with Kawasaki disease (KD).


Methods: The data of clinical from 455 sufferers diagnosed with KD between February 2021 and June 2023 were gathered and fell into two groups: CAL and NCAL. The regression analysis was conducted to search independent covariates for CALs related to OS and inflammation. The predictive nomogram was structured according to these risk factors. The properties of the model were estimated using calibration and receiver operating characteristic curves.


Results: The levels of CRP, IL-6, PLT count, ESR, ox-HDL, MDA, and PLR were dramatically more elevate, interestingly, HDL and SOD were low in the CAL group. Ascension of CRP, IL-6, ESR, ox-HDL, MDA, and PLR, and diminution of HDL and SOD were considered as independent risk factors. The nomogram constructed using these factors demonstrated a satisfactory calibration degree and discriminatory power, with an area under the curve of 0.812. In the verification set, the area under the curve was found to be 0.799.


Conclusion: The model was established according to 8 OS and inflammation- associated risk factors bound up with CALs in sufferers with KD, and maybe a usable approach for early diagnosis of CALs in KD.

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