- •Among patients who experience a myocardial infarction (MI) at or below the age of 50, 7% developed cardiogenic shock.
- •Significant factors associated with cardiogenic shock in young patients with MI (AMI-CS) included ST-elevation MI, left main disease, cardiac arrest, female sex, peripheral vascular disease, and diabetes.
- •Patients with AMI-CS had significantly worse all-cause mortality rates, cardiovascular mortality and 1-year hospitalization for heart failure.
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