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Table 3 Values of hemodynamic parameters in normal functioning mechanical prothesis based on valve type and sizes within first follow-up

From: Assessment of normal hemodynamic profile of mechanical pulmonary prosthesis by doppler echocardiography: a prospective cross-sectional study

Valve SubtypesNumberSize
(mm)
PPG
(mm Hg)
MPG
(mm Hg)
PV
(m/sec)
PVAT (ms)DVIEOA (cm2)EOA/BSA (cm2/m2)
St. Jude22120 (19–21)12 (11–13)2.15 (2.10–2.20)97.5 (85–110)0.50 (0.50–0.50)1.73 (1.73–1.73)1 (0.98–1.02)
182320 (7–35)11 (3.5–20)2 (1.20–2.90)87 (52–118)0.60 (0.24–0.90)2.49 (1–3.74)1.64 (0.77–2.60)
4325a18.09(±7.45)10.95(±5.85)1.96(±0.43)82.95(±10.83)0.59(±0.20)2.89(±0.98)1.78(±0.64)
92715 (6–30)6 (3–18)1.80 (1.20–2.70)90 (72–116)0.73 (0.55–0.84)4.18 (3.15–4.81)2.32 (1.82–3.16)
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22318.5 (17–20)12 (12–12)2.00 (1.80–2.20)77.5 (70–85)0.40 (0.30–0.50)1.66 (1.25–2.08)0.98 (0.7–2.27)
142519.50 (11–30)11 (5–33)2.05 (1.60–2.70)88.5 (64–108)0.67 (0.30–0.90)3.26 (1.47–4.42)1.84 (0.84–2.94)
22719 (10–28)10 (6–14)1.90 (1.40–2.40)77.5 (75–80)0.71 (0.70–0.72)4.06 (4.01–4.12)2.26 (2.23–2.29)
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On-X021
32320 (7–36)12 (4–22)2.20 (1.10–2.70)112 (106–118)0.80 (0.70–0.90)3.32 (2.91–3.74)2.37 (1.94–2.87)
102516.50 (7–24)10 (3–13)1.80 (1.30–2.40)100 (55–118)0.55 (0.30–0.80)2.70 (1.47–3.93)1.46 (0.87–2.18)
12723132.201130.74.011.91
22920 (18–22)11.50 (11–12)2.10 (1.90–2.30)102.5 (95–110)0.55 (0.50–0.60)3.63 (3.30–3.96)2.02 (1.83–2.20)
     
  1. The parameters demons trated in median and range
  2. PPG peak pressure gradient, MPG mean pressure gradient, PV pulmonary velocity, PVAT pulmonary velocity acceleration time, DVI doppler velocity index, EOA effective orifice area, EOA/BSA effective orifice area division to body surface area
  3. a Data represented as mean (±SD)