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Table 1 Sociodemographic characteristics

From: Surgical treatment of mild to moderately dilated ascending aorta in bicuspid aortic valve aortopathy: the art of safety and simplicity

CharacteristicTotal cohortWrap(n = 49)Wheat(n = 70)P value
Age (years)60.08 ± 11.759.64 + 9.2461.74+  10.04> 0.99
Male62(52.1%)25 (51.02%)37 (52.85%)0.15
Hypertension56(47.05%)23(46.93%)33(47.14%)0.63
Diabetes mellitus29(24.36%)12(24.48%)17(24.28%)> 0.99
Dyslipidaemia20(16.8%)5(10.2%)15(21.43%)0.045
AR100(84.03%)41(83.67%)59(84.29%)> 0.99
 Mild65(54.62%)27(55.10%)38(54.29%)> 0.99
 Moderate21(17.64%)8(16.33%)13(18.57)> 0.99
 Severe14(11.76%)5(10.20%)9(12.86%)> 0.99
MR46(38.65%)21(42.86%)26(37.14%)0.07
 Mild4019(38.77%)21(30.00%)0.32
 Moderate72(4.1%%)5(7.1%)> 0.99
AD43.23 ± 5.6043.11 ± 7.7643.53 ± 5.760.35
AVPG90.67 ± 23.6589.87 ± 21.6492.32 ± 25.63> 0.99
LVED54.48 ± 9.8754.19 ± 10.1754.74 ± 9.520.63
LVEF49.78 ± 9.3748.04 ± 9.1750.97 ± 9.520.24
NYHA2.7 ± 0.92.8 ± 0.62.7 ± 0.70.17
  1. MR Mitral regurgitation, AD Ascending aorta diameter, AV Aortic valve, PG Pressure gradient, LV left ventricular, ED end diastolic diameter, EF ejection fraction, NYHA New York Heart Association, AVR aortic valve replacement