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Table 3 Baseline and follow-up echocardiographic variables, pre- and post-TAVI

From: Assessment of left ventricular diastolic function after Transcatheter aortic valve implantation in aortic stenosis patients by echocardiographic according to different guidelines

 BaselinePost-3dPost-1 mPost-6 mP1P2P3
LVEDD (mm)51.7 ± 7.250.6 ± 6.350.6 ± 6.448.9 ± 5.00.3360.1430.004*
LVESD (mm)36.4 ± 8.036.0 ± 8.435.7 ± 5.333.3 ± 4.10.6690.6040.008*
IVST (mm)13.4 ± 1.612.8 ± 2.212.7 ± 1.711.9 ± 1.30.028*0.014*0.001*
LVPWT (mm)12.3 ± 0.811.5 ± 1.311.7 ± 1.111.1 ± 1.30.002*0.0800.003*
LVEF-2D (%)52.5 ± 10.156.7 ± 12.858.7 ± 7.361.5 ± 6.60.014*0.001*< 0.001*
LVMI (g/m2)103.9 ± 12.5103 ± 12.391.5 ± 11.984.3 ± 10.70.667< 0.001*< 0.001*
Peak VG (mmHg)102.8 ± 31.121.9 ± 8.924.7 ± 7.421.5 ± 7.4< 0.001*< 0.001*< 0.001*
Mean VG (mmHg)58.4 ± 16.811.6 ± 4.512.4 ± 3.810.8 ± 3.9< 0.001*< 0.001*< 0.001*
Peak velocity (m/s)4.9 ± 0.62.2 ± 0.52.4 ± 0.32.2 ± 0.4< 0.001*< 0.001*< 0.001*
SPAP (mmHg)46.5 ± 14.638.5 ± 9.537.1 ± 8.636.6 ± 6.20.022*0.003*0.004*
  1. LVEDD left ventricular end-diastolic diameter; LVESD left ventricular end-systolic diameter; IVST interventricular septum thickness; LVPWT left ventricular posterior wall thickness; LVMI left ventricular mass index; VG valve gradient; SPAP systolic pulmonary arterial pressure
  2. Data are mean ± SD
  3. P1: for comparison between baseline and Post-3d; P2: for comparison between baseline and Post-1 m; P3: for comparison between baseline and Post-6 m. *Data are P < 0.05