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Table 1 Characteristics of STEMI patients included for intra-observer and inter-observer study

From: Defining left ventricular remodeling following acute ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction using cardiovascular magnetic resonance

Details Number
Number of patients 40
Male (%) 35 (88%)
Age (age) 59 ± 13
Diabetes Mellitus 8 (20%)
Hypertension 14 (35%)
Smoking 12 (30%)
Dyslipidemia 14 (35%)
Chest pain onset to PPCI time (minutes) 267 [122–330]
Infarct artery (%)
  LAD 24 (60%)
  RCA 14 (35%)
  Cx 2 (5%)
Pre-PPCI TIMI flow (%)
  0 33 (83%)
  1 0 (0%)
  2 3 (8%)
  3 4 (10%)
Post-PPCI TIMI flow (%)  
  0 1 (3%)
  1 0 (0%)
  2 8 (20%)
  3 31 (77%)
Acute CMR
  LVEDV/ml 172 ± 38
  LVESV/ml 90 ± 30
  LVM/g 112 ± 35
  LVEF/% 49 ± 8
  MVO 26 (65%)
  MI size/%LV 27.4 ± 14.6
Follow-up CMR  
  LVEDV/ml 182 ± 49
  LVESV/ml 88 ± 38
  LVM/g 108 ± 26
  LVEF/% 53 ± 10
  MI size/%LV 19.5 ± 10.5
  1. PPCI primary percutaneous coronary intervention, LAD left anterior descending artery, RCA right coronary artery, Cx, circumflex artery, TIMI, thrombolysis in myocardial infarction, CMR cardiovascular magnetic resonance, LVEDV, left ventricular end-diastolic volume, LVESV left ventricular end-systole volume, LVM, left ventricular mass, LVEF, left ventricular ejection fraction, MVO, microvascular obstruction, MI, myocardial infarct, %LV, percentage of the left ventricle