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Table 1 Baseline subject characteristics

From: The relative contributions of myocardial perfusion, blood volume and extracellular volume to native T1 and native T2 at rest and during adenosine stress in normal physiology

Characteristicn = 41
Female sex, n (%)21 (51)
Age, years26 ± 5
Height, cm175 ± 9
Weight, kg71 ± 11
BSA, m21.9 ± 0.2
LVEDV, ml176 ± 36
LVEDVI, ml/m294 ± 14
LVESV, ml72 ± 17
LVESVI, ml/m239 ± 7
LVSV, ml104 ± 22
LVSVI, ml/m256 ± 9
LVEF, %59 ± 4
LVM, g119 ± 28
LVMI, g/m263 ± 11
Rest ECV, %27 ± 3
Rest heart rate, bpm71 ± 12
Stress heart rate, bpm95 ± 16
Rest systolic blood pressure, mmHg109 ± 11
Stress systolic blood pressure, mmHg112 ± 12
Rest rate pressure product, bpm*mmHg7815 ± 1893
Stress rate pressure product, bpm*mmHg10,609 ± 2451
Change in rate pressure product, %38 ± 28
  1. Data presented as mean ± SD. Abbreviations: BSA body surface area, ECV extracellular volume, LVEDV left ventricular end diastolic volume, LVESV left ventricular end systolic volume, LVSV left ventricular stroke volume, LVEF ejection fraction, LVM left ventricular mass, I signifies indexed to BSA