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Table 6 Operative and postoperative results in five cases of coronary sinus atrial septal defect

From: Coronary sinus atrial septal defects in adults over the past 20 years at new Tokyo hospital: case series

  Case 1 Case 2 Case 3 Case 4 Case 5
URCS type IV IV IV IV IV
PLSVC
AXC time (min) 114 223 99 95 147
Repeat AXC time (min) 47 48
CPB time (min) 199 258 207 180 183
Concomitant surgeries MAP, TAP, maze, RA plication AVR, MVP, TAP, maze, RA plication TAP MVP, TAP, maze, LAAA
Extubation (POD) 0 1 1 1 1
ICU stay (days) 1 2 5 2 10
Hospital stay (days) 13 25 22 15 28
Early complications
Late complications HD since 2016 CSM
Disuse syndrome
Anemia
Hypoproteinemia
Hypotension
Survival Alive Alive Alive Alive Dead
  1. The morphology of URCS was classified as reported by Kirklin and Barratt-Boyes, as follows: type I, completely unroofed with PLSVC; type II, completely unroofed without PLSVC; type III, partially unroofed midportion; and type IV, partially unroofed terminal portion [3]
  2. URCS unroofed coronary sinus syndrome, PLSVC persistent left superior vena cava, AXC aortic cross-clamping, re-AXC repeat aortic cross-clamping, CPB cardiopulmonary bypass, TAP tricuspid annuloplasty, MVP mitral valve repair (plasty), LAAA left atrial appendage amputation, AVR aortic valve replacement, RA right atrium, MAP mitral annuloplasty, POD postoperative day, ICU intensive care unit, HD hemodialysis, CSM cervical spondylotic myelopathy