Table 3

Details regarding coronary angiography and intervention, at index and reintervention, in the invasive strategy group

CharacteristicInvasive strategy (n=220)
Days from inclusion to angiography1.4
Coronary angiographic and interventional data at index event, n (%)
 Three-vessel disease or left main105 (48)
 Two-vessel disease40 (18)
 One-vessel disease35 (16)
 Calcification, no significant stenosis38 (17)
 Normal2 (1)
No previous CABG, n (%)
 Left main lesion17 (8)
 LAD lesion138 (63)
 CX lesion115 (52)
 RCA lesion115 (52)
Previous CABG, n (%)41 (19)
 Left main lesion19 (46)
 LAD lesion40 (98)
 CX lesion37 (90)
 RCA lesion36 (88)
 Occluded graft/LIMA17/4
Treatment
PCI107 (49)
 BMS (% of total PCI)61 (57)
 DES (% of total PCI)40 (37)
 POBA (% of total PCI)6 (6)
CABG6 (3)
Medical treatment only107 (49)
Chronic total occlusion74
Calcified lesion95
Thrombotic lesion11
No. treated lesions per patient1.7
No. stents implanted per patient2
Total stent length per patient in mm35
Receipt of allocated stent type100%
Segments with angiographic success87%
Syntax score, median (range)12 (0–66)
Residual Syntax score, median (range)1 (0–66)
Complications
 Occluded side branch, %3
 Perforation1
Radial/femoral access, n (%)198 (90)
Contrast (angiography) in mL, median (range)65 (35–150)
Contrast (angiography+PCI) in mL, median (range)180 (80–515)
Coronary angiographic data and interventional data after readmission, n (%)
 Number12 (5)
 Target lesion3
 Stent thrombosis0
 New lesion4
 PCI7
 No intervention5
  • BMS, bare metal stent; CABG, coronary artery bypass graft; CX, ramus circumflexus; DES, drug-eluting stent; LAD, left anterior descending artery; PCI, percutaneous coronary intervention; POBA, plain old balloon angioplasty; RCA, right coronary artery.