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Table 14 The number and percentage of each appropriateness criteria in both groups

From: Testing Real-World Application of Appropriateness Criteria of Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT) In Two Egyptian Hospitals

AUCGroup IGroup II
No.%No.%
Detection of CAD, symptomatic with intermediate pretest probability, able to exercise.3213.194.6
Detection of CAD, symptomatic with intermediate pretest probability, unable to exercise.93.731.5
Detection of CAD, symptomatic with high pretest probability.5221.23618.3
Risk assessment, post revascularization.197.86734
Risk assessment, with known chronic stable angina and coronary stenosis.3112.74824.4
Detection of CAD, asymptomatic, high FRS83.3  
Viability2610.663
Evaluation of ventricular function, with use of cardiotoxic drugs20.8  
Detection of CAD, symptomatic, with low or intermediate FRS.3514.3105.1
Known CAD, prior test result with normal coronary angiography20.8  
Detection of CAD, symptomatic with low pretest probability.  31.5
Post revascularization, asymptomatic.10.4  
Risk assessment, known CAD.31.221
Risk assessment, post revascularization.2510.294.6
Acute coronary syndrome, primary PCI, asymptomatic.  42