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Table 4 Rest and peak gradients, indexed effective orifice area and regression of left ventricular hypertrophy in individual patients.

From: Evaluation of 17-mm St. Jude Medical Regent prosthetic aortic heart valves by rest and dobutamine stress echocardiography

Patient Rest Max PG (mmHg) Rest Mean PG (mmHg) Stress Max PG (mmHg) Stress Mean PG (mmHg) Rest Indexed EOA (cm2/m2) Delta LVMi (g/m2)
1 29,00 15,00 50,00 23,00 0,63 -115
2 16,00 6,90 51,00 22,50 1,39 -126
3 35,50 17,30 50,00 28,00 0,47 -7
4 39,40 19,10 48,00 24,00 0,54 -33
5 62,70 31,80 65,00 30,00 0,83 -50
6 14,00 7,70 40,00 21,00 1,05 -40
7 44,10 26,30 58,00 28,00 0,65 8
8 29,00 15,00 45,00 22,00 0,63 -65
9 38,00 18,00 45,00 30,00 0,61 0
10 29,00 14,00 113,00 58,00 0,98 -17
11 35,00 19,00 83,00 44,00 0,49 -60
12 35,00 19,00 72,00 32,00 0,62 -39
13 30,00 15,00 114,00 58,00 0,55 -18
14 42,00 20,00 93,00 39,00 0,81 -39
15 28,00 16,00 65,00 38,00 0,84 -34
16 23,00 11,00 101,00 59,00 0,75 -28
17 25,00 14,00 62,00 33,00 0,83 -20
18 29,00 15,00 73,00 41,00 0,48 -76
19 35,00 17,00 63,00 28,00 0,71 -21
  1. EOA: Effective orifice area; PG: pressure gradient; LVMi: left ventricular mass index