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Table 1 Clinical characteristics of the study population

From: Myocardial tissue and metabolism characterization in men with alcohol consumption by cardiovascular magnetic resonance and 11C-acetate PET/CT

 Mean ± SD or n (%)PaPb
Subjects with moderate to heavy alcohol consumptionHealthy
controls
(n = 35)
All
(n = 34)
Heavy consumption
(n = 19)
Moderate consumption
(n = 15)
Age, years48.8 ± 9.149.9 ± 11.147.4 ± 5.949.5 ± 9.70.7710.407
BMI, kg/m226.0 ± 2.925.8 ± 3.126.3 ± 2.823.2 ± 2.2< 0.0010.672
Smoke21 (62.0)12 (63.2)9 (60.0)7 (20.0)< 0.0010.856
SBP, mmHg120.0 ± 11.2116.8 ± 11.4124.1 ± 9.8116.5 ± 10.80.1920.055
DBP, mmHg77.6 ± 8.376.5 ± 8.378.9 ± 8.573.2 ± 6.70.0200.424
Alcohol consumption
 Duration, years26.2 ± 8.926.5 ± 10.725.8 ± 6.300.806
 Dose, g/day115.8 ± 119.7167.2 ± 140.650.5 ± 13.200.002
Left ventricle
 LVEDV, mL116.2 ± 21.5115.4 ± 25.4117.2 ± 16.0106.0 ± 20.20.0460.808
 LVESV, mL41.7 ± 12.243.2 ± 13.539.8 ± 10.535.3 ± 7.60.0100.425
 LVSV, mL74.4 ± 17.772.1 ± 18.577.4 ± 16.770.7 ± 16.70.3690.396
 LVEF, %64.9 ± 6.763.8 ± 6.166.3 ± 7.366.8 ± 5.60.2190.282
 CO, L/min5.0 ± 1.04.9 ± 1.25.2 ± 0.84.6 ± 1.00.0730.312
 LV mass, g112.1 ± 19.5110.7 ± 22.7113.9 ± 15.2105.7 ± 17.50.1580.646
Right ventricle
 RVEDV, mL130.3 ± 24.5130.5 ± 25.7130.0 ± 23.7117.5 ± 26.30.0410.954
 RVESV, mL64.3 ± 15.062.8 ± 12.965.5 ± 16.654.6 ± 13.20.0060.610
 RVSV, mL66.0 ± 14.967.3 ± 18.165.0 ± 12.363.0 ± 18.70.4580.686
 RVEF, %50.7 ± 6.851.3 ± 8.350.2 ± 5.452.9 ± 8.90.2510.654
  1. BMI body mass index; SBP systolic blood pressure; DBP diastolic blood pressure; LVEDV left ventricular end diastolic volume; LVESV left ventricular end systolic volume; LVSV left ventricular stroke volume; LVEF left ventricular ejection fraction; CO cardiac output; LV mass left ventricular mass; RVEDV right ventricular end diastolic volume; RVESV right ventricular end systolic volume; RVSV right ventricular stroke volume; RVEF right ventricular ejection fraction. aComparison between subjects with moderate to heavy alcohol consumption and healthy controls. bComparison between subjects with heavy and moderate alcohol consumption