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Table 3 Subject specific parameters

From: Stress increases intracardiac 4D flow cardiovascular magnetic resonance -derived energetics and vorticity and relates to VO2max in Fontan patients

Subject specific parameters
Subject Underlying anatomy Ventricular morphology Type of Fontan VO2maxa Rest-stress diff EDV (%) Rest-stress diff KEavg cycle (%) Rest-stress diff ELavg cycle (%) Rest-stress diff Vorticity_volavg cycle (%)
1 Unbalanced AVSD, hypoplastic LV Biventricular Extracardiac 33.4 13.07 74.64 58.17 47.98
2 TGA,VSD, PS, hypoplastic LV Biventricular Extracardiac 22.7 .71 151.04 93.35 49.66
3 ccTGA, VSD, PS, straddling TV Biventricular Extracardiac 29.5 −12.97 34.45 77.63 11.44
4 PA Left Extracardiac 18.7 − 2.54 165.67 39.92 54.71
5 TA Left Lateral tunnel 26.0 −16.70 72.51 8.07 9.40
6 TA Left Extracardiac 44.0 −8.00 20.18 −3.54 .31
7 PA Left Extracardiac 23.4 −9.23 155.04 80.78 34.58
8 DILV, with aorta from RV Left Extracardiac 31.2 −10.15 71.06 40.02 21.10
9 HLHS Right Extracardiac 28.1 −2.88 88.17 71.19 26.23
10 TGA,VSD, PS, hypoplastic LV Right Extracardiac 44.5 −1.35 42.44 7.91 14.96
  1. afrom cardiopulmonary exercise testing
  2. EDV end diastolic volume, VO2 max maximal oxygen uptake, AVSD atrioventricular septal defect, LV left ventricle, TGA transposition of the great arteries, VSD ventricular septal defect, PS pulmonary stenosis, TV tricuspid valve, PA pulmonary atresia, TA tricuspid atresia, DILV double inlet right ventricle, RV right ventricle, HLHS hypoplastic left heart syndrome