- •Persistent or new congestion within the first 24 hours of cardiogenic shock is associated with worse outcomes.
- •BiV or persistent congestion and higher SCAI stages are associated with worsening hemodynamics.
- •Incorporating hemodynamic and congestion assessment plus SCAI stages in AMI-CS could potentially impact clinical outcomes by optimizing guideline-directed therapies.
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