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Research Article

The Impact of Age on Clinical Outcomes of Coronary Artery Bypass Grafting: Long-Term Results of a Real-World Registry

Table 2

Baseline characteristics and operative data of patients as adjusted by multiple propensity score.

Patients’ characteristics <60 () ≥60 () valueStandardized differences

Female1549.816110.30.6775−0.015
BMI ≥ 30: obesity40225.740926.20.7752−0.01
Logistic EUROscore > 15%30.200.00.08310.062
Critical preoperative state211.3120.80.11520.056
Unstable angina1016.5764.90.0530.069
Ejec. fraction ≤ 30%442.8352.20.30510.037
Ejec. fraction 30%–60%37023.737524.00.8338−0.008
Previous myocardial infarction46429.747030.10.8147−0.008
Serum creatinine ≥ 2 mg/dl462.9151.0<0.00010.144
Diabetes38924.939024.90.967−0.001
Systolic PA pressure > 60 mmHg130.840.30.02860.078
Chronic pulmonary disease473.01006.4<0.0001−0.161
NYHA III-IV1449.21489.50.8058−0.009
Extracardiac arteriopathy22914.627317.50.0321−0.077
Neurological dysfunction disease805.139125.0<0.0001−0.579
Previous cardiac surgery191.280.50.03350.076
Single-vessel disease15910.2946.0<0.00010.153
Double-vessel disease64441.279050.5<0.0001−0.188
Triple-vessel disease76148.768043.50.00370.104
Previous PCI28017.927717.70.88850.005
Previous CABG140.950.30.03840.074
Previous valve intervention20.110.10.56350.021
Off-pump956.1875.60.54120.022
LMCA disease312.0271.70.5960.019
Total arterial revascularization42827.443027.50.9361−0.003

BMI: body mass index; LVEF: left ventricular ejection fraction; PA: pulmonary artery; NYHA: New York Heath Association; PCI: percutaneous coronary intervention; CABG: coronary artery bypass grafting; LMCA: left main coronary artery.