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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of patient who underwent successfully preventricular device closure of doubly committed sub-arterial VSD

From: Minimally invasive perventricular device closure of doubly committed sub-arterial ventricular septal defects: single center long-term follow-up results

Variables (n = 75) Values
Age (year) 7.0 ± 7.0 (0.6-37)
Gender (F/M) 27/48
Weight (kg) 22.5 ± 15.6 (6–75)
VSD diameter (mm) 4.8 ± 1.5 (3–9)
Device size (mm) 6.7 ± 1.7 (4–10)
Hospital stay (days) 10 ± 2 (6–12)
Preoperative valve complication
  Aortic regurgitation (n) 13 (10 trivial/3mild) 17.3 %
  Mild Prolapse of right coronary cusp (n) 10 (slight prolapse) 13.3 %
In-hospital complication  
  Residual shunt (n) 11 (<2 mm) 14.7 %
  Arrhythmia (n) 2 (transient sinus tachycardia) 2.7 %
  Procedure induced AR (n) 16 (12trivial/4mild) 21.3 %
  Procedure induced PR (n) 6 (trivial) 8 %
Follow-up complication 4.5 ± 1.5
Mean Follow-up time (years)
  Residual shunt 3 (<2 mm) 4 %
  Arrhythmia 3 (Complete right bundle branch block) 4 %
  Procedure induced AR 8 (7 trivial/1mild) 10.7 %
  Procedure induced PR 6 (5 trivial/1mild) 8 %