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Table 3 Relative reduction of ICA after CRT

From: Index of contractile asymmetry improves patient selection for CRT: a proof-of-concept study

  All subjects (n = 79) Responders (n = 59) Non-responders (n = 20) p-value
Two-chamber view, % −4 ± 38 −4 ± 39 −2 ± 39 0.61
Three-chamber view, % −24 ± 38 −35 ± 29 8 ± 43 < 0.0001*
Four-chamber view, % −28 ± 34 −33 ± 30 −14 ± 43 0.04*
ICA1, % −14 ± 35 −16 ± 35 −8 ± 37 0.39
ICA2, % −26 ± 33 −30 ± 30 −14 ± 41 0.06
ICA3, % −31 ± 31 −37 ± 26 −13 ± 39 0.005*
ICA4, % −29 ± 34 −39 ± 24 1 ± 41 < 0.0001*
ICA5, % −18 ± 37 −28 ± 29 12 ± 42 < 0.0001*
ICA6, % 1 ± 33 −1 ± 31 6 ± 40 0.57
  1. ICA index of contractile asymmetry; *, p < 0.05