Skip to main content

Table 3 Results on CFR in different pathologies

From: Coronary flow reserve in stress-echo lab. From pathophysiologic toy to diagnostic tool

  Number Male/Female Mean age(years) CFR
Normal patients 76 47/29 39 ± 12 3,32 ± 0,3
Syndrome X 97 24/73 57 ± 17 2,27 ± 0,3
LAD (≥ 70%) 223 171/152 63 ± 16 1,38 ± 0,2
LAD (<70%) 128 84/44 62 ± 16 2,2 ± 0,24
Hypertensive pts 323 72/251 56 ± 17 2,46 ± 0,44
DC 48 29/19 64 ± 112 1,94 ± 0,24
HCM 44 35/9 53 ± 11 2,21 ± 0,23
Aortic stenosis 22 6/14 74 ± 13 2,18 ± 0,34
Aortic insufficiency 12 5/7 68 ± 12 2,57 ± 0,40
PCI- LAD (>3 mo.) 72 51/21 61 ± 16 2,52 ± 0,45
Graft-IMA (>3 mo.) 56 41/15 64 ± 14 2,60 ± 0,38
Post-AMI (>3 mo.) 93 69/24 68 ± 17 1,98 ± 0,41
Athletes 41 41 34 ± 12 4,5 ± 0,45
  1. LAD = Left anterior descending coronary artery; Syndrome X = microvasculature dysfunction; DC = Dilated cardiomyopathy; HCM = Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy; PCI-LAD = after LAD angioplasty (>3 months); Graft-IMA = By-pass with internal mammary artery on LAD; Post-Ami = after anterior myocardial infarction not revascularized.