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Table 1 Patient demographics and cardiovascular risk factors

From: Technical approach and outcomes of failed infrarenal endovascular aneurysm repairs rescued with fenestrated and branched endografts

Variables All, n = 19
Age (years) 79 ± 7
Gender n (%)
Male 17 (89)
Cardiovascular risk factors n (%)
Coronary artery disease 19 (100)
Hypertension 19 (100)
Hyperlipidemia 19 (100)
Tobacco abuse (history of) 18 (95)
COPD 11 (58)
CHF 6 (32)
Cerebral vascular disease 14 (74)
Peripheral arterial disease 8 (42)
Diabetes Mellitus 3 (16)
Renal insufficiency (GFR < 30) 6 (31.6)
Family history of aneurysmal disease 13 (68.4)
ASA III 15 (78.9)
ASA IV 4 (21.1)
SVS/AAVS cormorbidity score 16.2 ± 3.1
Size (mm) Mean, SD
Aortic necka 32 ± 4
Aneurysm 74 ± 12
Time lapsb (months) 48 (30, 60)
Indication for interventionc
 Type IA endoleak 18 (94.7)
 Type IA and B endoleak 1 (5.3)
 Endotension 1 (5.3)
  1. Legend: COPD chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, GFR Glomerular Filtration Rate, SVS/AAVS Society for Vascular Surgery/American Association for Vascular Surgery, ASA American Society of Anesthesiologists
  2. aAortic neck as measured just below renal arteries
  3. bTime laps from initial EVAR to f/b-EVAR shown as medians (25th percentile, 75th percentile)
  4. cAll patients undergoing repair had an increase in aneurysm sac in the presence