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Table 1 Patients' clinical and preclinical characteristics

From: Prognostic factors of atrial fibrillation following elective coronary artery bypass grafting: the impact of quantified intraoperative myocardial ischemia

Clinical characteristics Number of patients Percentage
Gender   
Male 297 85.30%
Female 51 14.70%
Age: 62.2 ± 9 (43-82 years)   
41-55 83 23.90%
56-65 136 39.05%
> 65 129 37.05%
Diabetes 49 14.10%
History AF (<3 months) 48 13.80%
History MI 131 37.70%
Anterior MI 89 25.60%
Posterior MI 42 12.10%
COPD 44 12.60%
OPA 48 13.80%
Unstable angina 30 8.60%
Obesity (BMI > 30) 43 12.40%
Hypertension 151 43.40%
Preclinical characteristics   
Diseased vessels   
CAD-1 19 5.50%
CAD-2 56 16.10%
CAD-3 270 77.60%
LMCAD 34 9.80%
E.F   
0.30-0.40 53 15.20%
0.40-0.55 64 18.40%
> 0.55 231 66.40%
Mild MR 22 6.30%
L.A dilation (> 40 mm) 26 7.50%
Proximal stenosis   
Proximal LAD 81 23.30%
Proximal LCx 114 32.80%
Proximal RCA 74 21.30%
Dyslipidemia 189 54.30%
Medical treatment   
Nitrates 296 85.10%
b-blockers 258 74.10%
Ca++blockers 143 41.10%
Anti-platelets 284 81.60%
  1. AF: atrial fibrillation, MI: myocardial infarction, COPD: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, OPA: obstructive peripheral arteriopathy, BMI: body mass index, CAD: coronary artery disease, E.F: ejection fraction, MR: mitral regurgitation, L.A: left atrium, LAD: left anterior descending artery, LCx: circumflex artery, RCA: right coronary artery