NRMI

AcronymDefinition
NRMINational Registry of Myocardial Infarction
NRMINational Record Mart, Inc. (Carnegie, PA)
NRMINuova Rivista Musicale Italiana (Italian: New Italian Music Magazine; musicology)
NRMINatural Resource Management Index (composite index)
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In the NRMI registry, of the 340 CS patients enrolled, 163 (47.9%) died.
(4.) Babaev A, Frederick PD, Pasta DJ, Every N, Sichrovsky T, Hochman JS; NRMI Investigators.
Canto and his colleagues analyzed NRMI data on 1,143,513 of these MI patients, of whom 42% were women.
Registry of Myocardial Infarction (NRMI) data on 1,428,596 consecutive acute MI patients.
Credit for this improvement most likely goes to physicians' increasingly diligent use of evidence-based therapies for MI, as documented in NRMI data.
NRMI's good news regarding improved M1 survival in diabetic patients was partially offset by some unwelcome news: In 1994, one in four patients hospitalized with acute MI was diabetic; by 2002 that figure climbed to 30.8%, a 20.8% jump.
Patients with diabetes had a 38% reduction, according to the analysis of National Registry of Myocardial Infarction (NRMI) data on 1,428,596 consecutive acute MI patients.
Credit for this improvement most likely goes to the increasingly diligent use physicians have made of evidence-based therapies for MI, as has been documented in NRMI data.
Indeed, it's probably no coincidence that the greatest increase in use of evidence-based treatments during the past decade was observed in diabetic female NRMI enrollees--the group who had the largest mortality reduction, Dr.
Until the NRMI analysis, however, the relationship between door-to-needle time and MI survival had never been examined.
The NRMI analysis was restricted to acute MI patients who weren't transferred from another hospital.