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Table 1 Summary of the baseline and clinicopathologic features in 64 patients with AMI and CMI undergoing arterial revascularization from 2016–2021 (Mann–Whitney-Test for continuous and ordinal variables and Chi-square-test to the categorical variables used to compare CMI and AMI groups)

From: Acute and chronic mesenteric ischemia: single center analysis of open, endovascular, and hybrid surgery

Variable CMI (n = 20) AMI (n = 44) P value
Open (n = 1) Endovascular (n = 19) Total Open (n = 27) Endovascular/Hybrid (n = 17) Total  
Male Gender (%) 0% 63% 60% 48% 64.7% 54.4% 0.683
Age (years) Mean (SD) 75 66.5 (9.1) 66.9 (9) 67.9 (2.2) 75 (2.4) 70.7 (1.7) 0.16
ASA 3 (%) 100% 89.5% 90% 66.7% 76.4% 70.4% 0.087
DM (%) 0% 36.8% 35% 29.6% 47.1% 36.3% 0.916
Cardiac (%) 100% 73.7% 75% 81.5% 100% 88.6% 0.164
Renal Insufficiency (%) 0% 26.3% 25% 29.6% 52.9% 38.6% 0.287
Neoplasm (%) 0% 15.8% 15% 11.1% 17.6% 13.6% 0.884
Obesity (%) 0% 15.9% 15% 14.8% 0% 9% 0.483
COPD (%) 0% 26.3% 25% 14.8% 5.9% 11.3% 0.164
  1. AMI acute mesenteric ischemia, CMI chronic mesenteric ischemia
  2. DM diabetes mellitus
  3. COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  4. ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists Physical Status Classification System