Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), the worlds leading cause of death and morbidity, it is not anymore an attribute of old age (1). The increase prevalence of atherosclerotic risk factors among the young and very young population is responsible for more premature CAD cases (2). Prior studies highlighted that AMI in youngs is associated with different clinical features and has a better short-term outcome than in older population (3,4,5). However, long-term follow-up revealed a higher mortality and morbidity in young AMI survivors than in general population (6,7). Also, the conclusion of several studies and “real-world” registries was that patients with STEMI and NSTEMI, regardless of age and despite different management, have similar inhospital outcome and longterm survival (8,9).
In our country, RO-STEMI registry is providing the most extensive information on the profile, treatment and inhospital outcome of the STEMI Romanian patients (10) but only few reports about mid and long-term follow up of young Romanian patients with AMI, especially in case of NSTEMI, are available (11,12,13).