Table 5

Comparison of baseline and follow-up parameters

Mean change FU – baselineP valueMean change FU – baselineP valueMean change FU – BaselineP value
NYHA Class−1.1±1.0<0.01−1.1±0.9<0.01−1.1±1.1<0.01
LVEF (%)−2.4±10.30.14−1.4±10.50.5−3.8±10.10.14
LVEDd (mm)−0.1±11.00.962.6±11.30.33−4.9±9.00.10 (0.05)
LVESd (mm)1.0±11.60.674.0±11.70.15−5.4±9.00.11
IVSd (mm)0.5±2.80.350.3±3.20.670.7±2.30.3
PWd (mm)0.8±±2.70.871.8±3.90.13
LA diameter (mm)−1.0±7.40.410.5±7.70.79−2.7±6.90.13
sPAP (mm Hg)−5.3±21.10.14−0.4±23.30.94−10.2±18.00.03 (0.02)
Grade of MR−2.3±0.7<0.01−2.2±0.7<0.01−2.4±0.6<0.01
Grade of TR−0.2±1.00.17−0.04±1.00.86−0.5±1.00.07 (0.04)
TAPSE (mm)−0.5±4.60.48−0.1±4.30.91−1.2±4.90.3
  • Values are mean±SD, or number (%). P values in parentheses refer to one-sided testing. Bold p values indicate statistically significant results.

  • FU, follow-up; IVSd, septum diameter; LA, left atrium; LVEDd, left ventricular end-diastolic diameter; LVEF, left ventricular ejection fraction; LVESd, left ventricular end-systolic diameter; MR, mitral regurgitation; NYHA, New York Heart Association; PWd, posterior wall diameter; sPAP, systolic pulmonary artery pressure; TAPSE, tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion; TR, tricuspid regurgitation.