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Table 1 Clinical characteristics, demographic data, and conventional echo variables of our study population

From: A comparative study between transthoracic and transesophageal echo modalities in evaluation of left ventricular deformation

VariablePatient no. (N = 60)Percent
Gender
 Male1932
 Female4168
Smoking
 Non5998
 Ex-smoker12
HTN46.7
Nondiabetic60100
Rhythm
 Sinus5083.3
 AF1016.7
 Mean ± SD
Age (years)40 ± 11PWD (mm)9 ± 2
BMI (kg/m2)30 ± 3LVESD (mm)33 ± 7
TTE HR (b/min)81 ± 20LVEDD (mm)51 ± 7
TEE HR (b/min)97 ± 18FS%36 ± 6
SBP (mmHg)117 ± 9EF%65 ± 8
DBP (mmHg)76 ± 5EDV(ml)126 ± 45
AO (mm)30 ± 5ESV(ml)46 ± 28
LA (mm)45 ± 10WMSI1 ± 0.2
IVS (mm)9 ± 2  
  1. AO aorta, LA left atrium, IVSD interventriculer septum in diastole, PWD posterior wall in diastole, LVESD left ventricular end systolic diameter, LVEDD left ventricular end diastolic diameter, FS fractional shorting, EF ejection fraction, EDV end-diastolic volume, ESV end-systolic volume, WMSI wall motion score index