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Table 2 Patient characteristics and, operative and follow-up data

From: Long-term results of surgical angioplasty for left main coronary artery stenosis: 18-year follow-up

Pt Age Sex Lesion site Concomitant op Patch F/U (months) Event (*) or cause of death Results
1 47 F O   B 227   A
2 55 F E   B 194 PCI (179), sepsis D
3 66 M E CABG-RCA B 195 Cancer D
4 60 M D   A 223   A
5 62 M M   B 222   A
6 35 F O   A 220   A
7 56 M D   B 133 CABG (132), LCOSa D
8 43 M O   A 214 Coronary spasm (5) A
9 72 M O CABG-LAD A 128 Traffic accident D
10 55 M E   B 206 CABG (111) A
11 71 M E CABG-RCA B 147 CVA D
12 55 M E   B 198   A
13 38 M O   B 195   A
14 59 F O CABG-LAD B 41 SCD D
15 71 M M   B 96 SCD D
16 53 F O   B 194   A
17 45 F O   A 171   A
18 72 F O MVR B 60 SCD D
19 38 F O   B 166   A
20 66 F O p-AVSD B 166   A
21 54 F O AVR + ** A 158 PCI (79) A
22 47 M O CABG-RCA A 146 PCI (119) A
23 57 F O   B 133   A
  1. Pt. patient; OP, operation; F/U, follow-up; Event (*), (time to MACE or to the last follow-up from the date of surgery, months); F, female; M, male; O, osteal or proximal; M, middle; D, distal; E, entire; CABG, coronary artery bypass grafting; RCA, right coronary artery; LAD, left anterior descending; MVR, mitral valve replacement; p-AVSD, repair of partial atrioventricular septal defect; AVR + **, aortic valve replacement + right coronary artery ostioplasty; B, bovine pericardium; A, autologous pericardium; PCI, Percutaneous coronary intervention; CVA, cerebrovascular accident; LCOSa, low cardiac output syndrome after a repeat CABG; SCD, sudden cardiac death; A; alive, D; death.