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Table 5 Total number of patients with paired acute and follow-up scan from 4 studies

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

Details Number
Number of patients 146
Ludman 2011 [16] 29 (20%)
Crimi 2013 [17] 65 (45%)
Bulluck 2016 [18] 12 (8%)
Bulluck 2016 [19] 40 (27%)
Male 129 (88%)
Age (years) 59 ± 12
Diabetes Mellitus 15 (10%)
Hypertension 67 (46%)
Smoking 64 (44%%)
Dyslipidemia 47 (32%)
Chest pain onset to PPCI time (minutes) 184 [135–282]
Infarct artery (%)
  LAD 109 (75%)
  RCA 29 (20%)
  Cx 8 (6%)
TIMI flow pre-PPCI
   0 129 (89%)
   1 7 (5%)
   2 4 (3%)
   3 4 (3%)
TIMI flow post-PPCI
   0 2 (1%)
   1 2 (1%)
   2 23 (16%)
   3 117 (82%)
Timing of acute CMR 4 ± 2 days
Timing of follow-up CMR 4 (4–5) months
CMR findings- acute
  LVEDV 156 (132–183) ml
  LVESV 80 (64–103) ml
  LVM 121 (104–145) g
  LVEF 47 ± 9%
  MI size 24.6 ± 12.1%LV
  MVO 96 (66%)
CMR findings- follow-up
  LVEDV 165 (141–201) ml
  LVESV 82 (60–109) ml
  LVM 106 (90–132) g
  LVEF 50 ± 11%
  MI size 17.8 ± 10.1%LV
  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, MI myocardial infarct, MVO, microvascular obstruction