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Table 1 Demographics and clinical and operative data

From: Left ventricular function outcome after coronary artery bypass grafting, King Abdullah Medical City (KAMC)- single-center experience

VariableNumberPercentage
Age56.1 ± 12.2
BMI27.8 ± 5.9
Men7770
DM8880
HTN8375
Obesity5247
CKD1816
Old IHD8375
STEMI presentation1816
NEHA II/III8375
Standard Euro SCORE6 (4–8)
High BNP2825
High troponin9889
LV significant systolic dysfunction3431
Dilated LV diameter1514
Advanced LV diastolic dysfunction4743
Dilated RV dimension98
Significant MR3128
Preoperative RV dysfunction1110
LM disease1514
Emergent surgery43.6
CABG alone8779
CABG + MVR2321
Perioperative IABP2320
Perioperative inotropes65
Bypass time139.41 ± 71.103
Cross clamp time91.09 ± 37.5
Incomplete revascularization3743
Reoperation for bleeding65.5
Postoperative further deterioration of LVEF3633
Postoperative wound infection2018
Postoperative AKI44
Postoperative neurological complication44
Mortality65.4
  1. AKI acute kidney injury, BMI body mass index, BNP B-natriuretic peptide, CABG coronary artery bypass grafting, CKD chronic kidney disease, DM diabetes mellitus, Euro SCORE European System for Operative Risk Evaluation, HTN hypertension, IABP intra-aortic balloon pump, IHD ischemic heart disease, LM left main, LV left ventricle, LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction, MR mitral regurgitation, MVR mitral valve replacement, NEHA New York Heart Association, RV right ventricle, STEMI ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction