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Table 2 Operative and early postoperative variables

From: Operative and early results of coronary artery bypass grafting in female patients in different body mass indexes

Variable Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 P-value
Operative status %
Emergency 5,6 6,6 3,5 0,4
Urgent 37,6 17,6 21,2 0,0001
Elective 58,4 75,8 75,9 0,002
CABG (n) 2,98 ± 0,89 2,98 ± 0,78 2,95 ± 0,79 0,93
LITA usage% 89,6 90,2 89,7 0,3
ACC (min) 38,3 ± 12,0 37,8 ± 10,1 37,7 ± 10,5 0,71
CPBT (min) 57,6 ± 16,9 56,9 ± 13,6 57,0 ± 14,6 0,82
Inotrophic support % 20 12,3 18,9 0,21
Extubation time(hour) 11,7 ± 3,4 11,7 ± 3,5 12,0 ± 4,4 0,62
ICU time(hour) 25,7 ± 3,6 27,7 ± 24,3 26,7 ± 16,0 0,54
Drenaige (ml) 539 ± 169 582 ± 133 647 ± 142 0,0001
Revision 0 0 4(2,6%) 0,053
AF % 24 20,5 20,0 0,68
Perioperative MI 3(2,4%) 3(2,5%) 5(2,9%) 0,9
NC % 0,8 0 0,6 0,63
Pulmonary compl.% 4,8 1,6 2,4 0,41
Wound problems 16(12,8%) 11(9%) 14(8,2%) 0,40
   Sternotomy
Superficial 4(3,2%) 3(2,5%) 4(2,4%) 0,89
Deep 2(1,6%) 1(0,8%) 2(1,2%) 0,85
Dehisence 4(3,2%) 3(2,5%) 3(1,8%) 0,72
   Saphenous 6(4,8%) 4(3,3%) 5(2,9%) 0,67
Mortality 1(0,8%) 0 2(1,2%) 0,49
Re-hospitalization 20(16,1%) 12(9,8%) 11(6,5%) 0,02
DVT 3 0 0  
DVT+PE 1 1 0  
Plevral effusion 2 1 3  
Heart failure 2 1 0  
Arrythmia 2 2 1  
Creatinin elevation 2 2 1  
Wound problems 8 5 6  
  1. ACC; aortic cross clamp time, CPBT; cardiopulmonary bypass time, ICU; intensive care unit, AF; atrial fibrillation, NC; neurological complication, DVT; deep venos thyrombosis, PE; pulmonary emboli