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Table 2 Cardiovascular comorbidity in patients with type 2 diabetes before and after purulent-necrotic complications and sepsis

From: Impact of purulent complications and sepsis on cardiovascular system in patients with type 2 diabetes

Parameter Before sepsis (n= 112) After sepsis (n= 112)
Insulin dependence 42 (37.5) 112 (100)
Normal blood pressure (110 to 139 mmHg) 46 (41.1) 11 (9.8)
Arterial hypertension 66 (58.9) 88 (78.6)
First degree (140 to 159 mmHg) 33 (29.5) 21 (8.9)
Second degree (160 to 179 mmHg) 21 (18.6) 43 (38.4)
Third degree (>180 mmHg) 12 (10.7) 24 (21.4)
Arterial hypotension (<90 mmHg) - 13 (11.6)
CAD, stable angina 108 (94.6) 82 (73.2)
FC I 18 (16.1) -
FC II 29 (25.9) 18 (16.1)
FC III 52 (46.4) 45 (40.2)
FC IV 9 (8.0) 19 (17.0)
CAD, unstable angina 4 (3.6) 17 (15.2)
Acute myocardial infarction - 13 (11.6)
Postinfarction cardiosclerosis 7 (6.3) 7 (6.3)
Atrial fibrillation 7 (6.3) 7 (6.3)
Supraventricular arrhythmia 3 (2.7) 12 (10.7)
Ventricular arrhythmia 14 (12.5) 36 (32.1)
Congestive heart failure 112 (100) 112 (100)
FC II (NYHA) 76 (67.8) 26 (23.2)
FC III (NYHA) 36 (32.1) 65 (58)
FC IV (NYHA) - 21 (18.7)
Abscesses of the lower extremity - 22 (19.6)
Phlegmon of the lower extremity - 31 (27.7)
Gangrene of lower extremity - 59 (52.7)
  1. Data presented as n (%). CAD, coronary artery disease; FC, functional class; NYHA, New York Heart Association.