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Table 2 Details of the coarctation patients

From: Aortic arch shape is not associated with hypertensive response to exercise in patients with repaired congenital heart diseases

Case no. Sex Age at CMR and CPEX BSA (m2) Age at coarctectomy CPB Type of surgery BSBP (mmHg) PSBP on exercise (mmHg)
1 M 17.3 2.00 4 m No E-E 132 218
2 M 18.3 1.70 6y No SCF 136 196
3 M 11.1 1.10 2 m No E-E 132 152
4 M 16.6 1.70 3 m Yes Ext E-E 116 155
5 F 13.7 1.88 5y No P-A 138 212
6 F 13.3 1.55 6d No P-A 120 168
7 M 20.1 1.90 5y No E-E 140 230
8 F 17.3 1.65 6 m No E-E 92 160
9 F 16.5 1.50 4 m No E-E 120 170
10 M 11.9 1.33 3 m No E-E 120 145
11 M 18.3 1.80 4d No E-E 120 230
12 M 10.3 1.28 9d No SCF 132 220
13 F 21.9 1.90 1 m No E-E 125 210
14 F 16.4 1.25 7 m No E-E 124 158
15 M 17.4 1.75 10d No E-E 118 150
16 F 18.4 1.90 4 m Yes Ext E-E 102 134
17 M 18.0 2.02 2y No E-E 128 174
18 M 15.8 1.74 3 m Yes E-E 125 164
19 M 16.9 1.77 9d No E-E 125 210
20 M 20.1 1.70 6d No E-E 120 144
  1. M (male), F (Female), d (days), m (months), y (year), CPB (cardiopulmonary bypass), E-E (End to end anastomosis), SCF (Subclavian flap), Ext E-E (Extended end to end anastomosis, P-A (Patch aortoplasty), BSBP (Baseline systolic blood pressure), PSBP (Peak systolic blood pressure).