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Table 1 Patients baseline characteristics

From: Open stented elephant trunk for complicated Stanford type B aortic dissection: a single-center experience

Variables n(%)/Mean(R)
Gender (Male) 9 (90%)
Age (years) 47.3 (31–65)
Height (cm) 166.6 (140–177)
Weight (kg) 73 (46–90)
BMI (Kg/m2) 26.1 (21.3–31.1)
Heart beat at admission (bpm) 89.8 (63–105)
Systolic blood pressure at admission (mmHg) 161.2 (117–224)
Diastolic blood pressure at admission (mmHg) 97.7 (77–142)
Hypertension 10 (100%)
diabetes mellitus 0
Coronary artery disease 1 (10%)
current smoker 8 (80%)
Drink 6 (60%)
Platelet count at admission (X10^9) 244.1 (94–403)
D dimer (mg/L FEU) 3.8 (1.5–13.1)
FDP (ug/ml) 11.3 (3.8–33.5)
Serum creatinine (umol/L) 92.9 (47–208)
Mild ascending aorta dilatation 2 (20%)
Right subclavian artery vagus 2 (20%)
Lesions involving left subclavian artery 4 (40%)
Lesions involving renal artery 3 (30%)
Left ventricular hypertrophy, 7 (70%)
Dissection aneurysm with thrombus 1 (10%)
  1. BMI Body Mass Index, FDP fibrinogen degradation product