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Table 2 Procedural data

From: Surgical outcomes associated with partial upper sternotomy in obese aortic disease patients

 

Total

Non-obese

P1

Obese

P2

P3

P4

FMS

PUS

FMS

PUS

Patients, n (%)

493

180 (36.5)

155 (31.5)

88 (17.8)

70 (14.2)

  

Catogeries of surgery, n (%)

         

 ASA + hemi-arch

54 (11.1)

18 (10.0)

18 (11.6)

0.635

10 (11.4)

8 (11.4)

0.990

0.732

0.968

 ASA + total arch

52 (10.6)

18 (10.0)

17 (11.0)

0.773

9 (10.2)

8 (11.4)

0.809

0.954

0.919

 Root + ASA

80 (16.2)

29 (16.1)

24 (15.5)

0.875

15 (17.0)

12 (17.1)

0.987

0.846

0.753

 Root + ASA + hemi-arch

140 (28.3)

49 (27.2)

45 (29.0)

0.713

26 (29.5)

20 (28.6)

0.894

0.691

0.944

 Root + ASA + total arch

167 (33.8)

66 (36.7)

51 (32.9)

0.471

28 (31.8)

22 (31.4)

0.958

0.435

0.827

Type of procedure, n (%)

         

 VSARR

281 (57.0)

104 (57.8)

91 (58.7)

0.912

46 (52.3)

40 (57.1)

0.630

0.433

0.884

 Bentall

106 (21.5)

40 (22.2)

29 (18.7)

0.498

23 (26.1)

14 (20.0)

0.450

0.540

0.855

 VSARR or Bentall + MTBSG

219 (44.4)

84 (46.7)

68 (43.9)

0.660

37 (42.0)

30 (42.9)

1.000

0.515

1.000

 Operation time (min)

290.5 ± 87.5

288.5 ± 97.8

292.8 ± 100.8

0.693

290.9 ± 99.8

295.8 ± 105.8

0.766

0.851

0.839

 Cardiopulmonary bypass (min)

139.8 ± 35.8

138.4 ± 43.9

142.6 ± 41.8

0.373

139.9 ± 45.6

144.4 ± 50.6

0.558

0.796

0.795

 Cross-clamp time (min)

48.9 ± 18.7

48.8 ± 17.8

55.8 ± 26.9

0.006

49.0 ± 16.5

56.0 ± 19.8

0.017

0.930

0.950

 SCP and low body arrest (min)

14.1 ± 4.1

13.8 ± 4.8

14.5 ± 6.9

0.290

14.1 ± 8.8

14.8 ± 7.7

0.601

0.766

0.771

  1. Continuous variables are confirmed normally distributed and are expressed as mean ± SD, categorical variables are expressed as number (%). Chi-square or Fisher test for categorical variables and t test for continuous variables
  2. P1, P2: P value of FMS group versus PUS group in non-obese and obese patients, respectively
  3. P3, P4: P value of non-obese patients versus obese patients in FMS and PUS group, respectively
  4. ASA ascending aorta, SCP selective cerebral perfusion, VSARR valve-sparing aortic root replacement, MTBSG modified triple-branched stent-graft, SD standard deviation