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Table 2 Right heart catheterization and CMR data or range

From: Cardiovascular magnetic resonance-guided right heart catheterization in a conventional CMR environment – predictors of procedure success and duration in pulmonary artery hypertension

Variable Finding Range (min-max)
RVSP (mmHg) 59 (40–78) 24–132
RVDP (mmHg) 8 (6–12) 1–25
mPAP (mmHg) 35 +/−  14 12–80
PCWP (mmHg) 9 (8–11) 4–35
TPG (mmHg) 25 (13–35) 6–72
CO (L/min) 5.1 +/− 1.4 3.0–9.4
PVR (dynes.sec.cm− 5) 400 (197–615) 80–1340
RVEDV (mL) 135 +/−  37 51–243
RVESV (mL) 58 (43–75) 14–159
RVSV (mL) 70 +/− 19 36–121
RVEF (%) 54 +/−  13 20–76
RV mass (g) 69 +/−  28 20–142
RA area (cm2) 23 +/− 6 11–42
LVEDV (mL) 103 (82–131) 54–278
LVESV (mL) 36 (28–50) 15–203
LVSV (mL) 71 +/−  21 35–116
LVEF (%) 65 (60–71) 27–83
LV mass (g) 108 (88–135) 64–258
LA area (cm2) 22 +/− 6 10–36
  1. All normally distributed data are presented as mean ± standard deviation, non-parametric data are presented as median (Q1-Q3)
  2. CO Cardiac output, EDV End diastolic volume, EF Ejection fraction, ESV End systolic volume, LA Left atrium, LV Left ventricle, LVEDV left ventricular end-diastolic volume, LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction, LVESV  left ventricular end-systolic volume, LVSV left ventricular stroke volume, mPAP Mean pulmonary artery pressure, PCWP Pulmonary capillary wedge pressure, PVR Pulmonary vascular resistance, RA Right atrium, RV Right ventricle, RVDP Right ventricular diastolic pressure, RVEDV right ventricular end-diastolic volume, RVESV right ventricular end-systolic volume, RVSP Right ventricular systolic pressure, SV Stroke volume, TPG Transpulmonary gradient