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Table 3 Operative details

From: Long-term outcomes of intervention between open repair and endovascular aortic repair for descending aortic pathologies: a propensity-matched analysis

Open repair (N = 45)
Perfusion method
 Left atrium- Femoral artery partial bypass 15 (33.3)
 Partial Shunta 3 (6.67)
 Circulatory arrest 27 (60.0)
 Femoral artery-Femoral vein 9 (20.0)
 Aorta-Right atrium 18 (40.0)
Operative Approach
 Median sternotomy 10 (22.2)
 Median sternotomy + Thoracotomy 8 (17.7)
 Thoracotomy 27 (60.0)
 Cardiopulmonary bypass time (min) 191.1 ± 104.3
 Cross clamp time (min) 60.5 ± 49.9
 Circulatory arrest time (min) 25.5 ± 31.4
TEVAR (N = 91)
Number of devices 1.2 ± 0.4
Proximal stent size (mm) 35.1 ± 4.7
Stent Length (mm) 140.2 ± 28.2
Zone 0 6 (6.6)
Total debranching bypass with TEVAR
Zone 1 1 (1.1)
BCA to LCCA and LCCA to LSCA bypass
Zone 2 25 (27.5)
LCCA to LSCA bypass in 5 patients
Zone 3 37 (40.7)
Zone 4 22 (24.2)
  1. Values are presented as mean ± standard deviation or number of patients (%)
  2. TEVAR thoracic endovascular aortic repair, BCA brachiocephalic artery, LCCA left common carotid artery, LSCA left subclavian artery
  3. aGraft placed proximal and distal to the injury site