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Table 2 Main characteristics of included studies

From: Hybrid coronary revascularization versus coronary artery bypass grafting for multivessel coronary artery disease: systematic review and meta-analysis

Study Year Numbers of patients (HCR/CABG) Study design CABG HCR strategy Follow-up (months)
Kon [17] 2007 15/30 Non-RCT OPCABG Simultaneous 12
Zhao [11] 2008 112/254 Non-RCT On-pump Simultaneous NR
Reicher [14] 2007 13/26 Non-RCT OPCABG Simultaneous 14
Vassiliades [12] 2009 91/4175 Non-RCT OPCABG PCI then MICABG 12
6.6%
MICABG then PCI
93.4%
Delhaye [20] 2010 18/18 Non-RCT On-pump CABG then PCI 12
OPCABG then PCI
Hu [18] 2010 104/104 Non-RCT OPCABG Simultaneous 18 ± 7.9
Halkos [19] 2011 147/588 Non-RCT OPCABG Mainly staged 38.4 (median)
Bachinsky [21] 2012 25/27 Non-RCT OPCABG Simultaneous 1
Leacche [16] 2012 80/301 Non-RCT OPCABG NR 1
Popov [15] Unpublished 18/30 RCT On-pump MICABG then PCI 1
  1. Unless otherwise indicated, data are expressed as mean ± standard deviation.
  2. PCI, percutaneous coronary intervention; OPCABG, on-pump coronary artery bypass grafting; MICABG, minimally invasive coronary artery bypass grafting; NR: not reported.