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Research Article

Dexmedetomidine Improves Lung Function by Promoting Inflammation Resolution in Patients Undergoing Totally Thoracoscopic Cardiac Surgery

Table 1

Demographic characteristics of participants in the two groups.

Con group ()DEX group () value

Age (y)0.625
Sex (male/female)16/1218/110.705
Body mass index (kg/m2)0.722
NYHA classification, (%)0.669
 II26 (92.9)26 (89.7)
 III2 (7.7)3 (10.3)
LVEF (%)0.286
PASP (mmHg)0.148
Duration of CPB (min)0.888
Aortic cross-clamping (min)0.265
Operation type, (%)0.760
 MVR4 (14.3)5 (82.8)
 MVP24 (85.7)24 (17.2)
Comorbidities, (%)
 Grade 3 hypertension2 (7.7)3 (10.3)0.669
 Diabetes mellitus2 (7.1)1 (3.4)0.532
 Atrial fibrillation7 (25.0)5 (17.2)0.473

Quantitative data are presented as or numbers (percentages). NYHA: New York Heart Association; PASP: pulmonary artery systolic pressure; LVEF: left ventricular ejection fraction; MVR: mitral valve replacement; MVP: mitral valvuloplasty.

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