The role of the multi-inflammatory index as a novel inflammation-related index in the differential diagnosis of massive and non-massive pulmonary embolism

Published on Oct 23, 2021in International Journal of Clinical Practice2.503
路 DOI :10.1111/IJCP.14966
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Objective null Systemic inflammatory response and pro-coagulator factors are critical in acute pulmonary embolism. Recently, there is increasing evidence that the multi-inflammatory index (MII) may be prognostic in many clinical situations. The study investigated whether MII-1 and MII-2 can distinguish massive (MPE) and non-massive pulmonary embolism (NMPE). null Methods null A total of 146 patients (73 MPE and 73 NMPE) were included in the study that was designed as a retrospective cross-sectional analysis. Following haemogram analysis, MII-1 (platelet-to-lymphocyte x CRP) and MII-2 (neutrophil-to-lymphocyte x CRP) were calculated manually. null Results null MII-1 and 2 showed a positive significant correlation with PLR and NLR, moderate positive correlation with CPR, and weak positive correlation with PAP (P null null .05). null Conclusion null Although MII-1 and MII-2 are simple, cheap, and easy indexes to calculate, they showed a strong ability to distinguish MPE and NMPE compared with the previously studied classical inflammatory indexes.
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