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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data

From: Combined femoral and axillary perfusion strategy for Stanford type a aortic dissection repair

Item Data
Male/Female 253/74
Age (years) 52.16 ± 11.72
BMI (kg/m2) 24.21 ± 1.92
Hypertension (n, %) 261 (79.82%)
Diabetes (n, %) 28 (8.56%)
LVEF (%) 62.76 ± 7.63%
location of intimal tear (n, %)
 ascending aorta 219 (66.97%)
 aortic arch 40 (12.23%)
 descending aorta 37 (11.31%)
 without obvious intimal tear 31 (9.48%)
Artery involved by the false lumen (n, %)
 Innominate artery 49 (14.98%)
 left common carotid artery 37 (11.31%)
 the left subclavian artery 31 (9.48%)
 Celiac trunk artery 113 (34.56%)
 superior mesenteric artery 60 (18.35%)
 right renal artery 90 (27.52%)
 left renal artery 105 (32.11%)
Pericardial tamponade (n, %) 5 (1.53%)
Aortic insufficiency (n, %)
 mild 170 (51.99%)
 moderate 116 (35.47%)
 severe 41 (12.54%)
Observed Coronary artery involved (n, %) 11 (3.36%)
Regional wall motion abnormalities (n, %) 17 (5.20%)
Neurologic Symptoms (n, %) 7 (2.14%)
Cardiac tamponade (n, %) 13 (3.98%)
Renal insufficiency (n, %) 11 (2.36%)
Hepatic insufficiency (n, %) 4 (1.22%)
Paraplegia (n, %) 2 (0.61%)
Transient leg ischemia (n, %) 3 (0.92%)