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Table 1 Baseline data of constrictive pericarditis patients with and without low cardiac output after pericardiectomy

From: Predictors of low cardiac output after isolated pericardiectomy: an observational study

  Total (n = 235) LCO (n = 55) Non-LCO (n = 157) P value OR/difference (95% CI)
Demographics
 Male (n, %) 168, 71.5% 39, 70.9% 117, 74.5% 0.601 0.83 (0.42, 1.65)
 Age (years/old) 46 ± 16 48 ± 17 45 ± 16 0.120 4 (-1,9)
 BMI (kg•m−2) 22.31±3.99 22.11±3.72 22.35±4.11 0.704 -0.24 (-1.49, 1.00)
 BSA (m2) 1.78 ± 0.21 1.75 ± 0.19 1.79±0.22 0.238 -0.04 (-0.10,0.03)
 Smoking (n, %) 67, 31.6% 18, 32.7% 49, 31.2% 0.767 1.11 (0.57, 2.13))
 Alcohol use (n, %) 38, 17.9% 11, 20% 27, 17.2% 0.641 1.20 (0.55, 2.63)
Comorbidities (n, %)
 Hypertension 42, 17.9% 9, 16.4% 30, 19.1% 0.651 0.83 (0.37, 1.88)
 Diabetes mellitus 22, 9.4% 6, 10.9% 14, 8.9% 0.664 1.25(0.46, 3.43)
 CAD 30, 12.8% 8, 14.5% 20, 12.7% 0.733 1.17 (0.48, 2.82)
 MI 4, 1.7% 0, 0.0% 4, 2.5% 0.999 0.55 (0.06, 4.81)
 Cerebral infarction 9, 3.8% 2, 3.6% 7, 4.5% 0.999 0.81 (0.16, 4.02)
 CKD 7, 3.0% 2, 3.6% 4, 2.5% 0.651 1.44 (0.26, 8.11)