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Table 5 Operative and postoperative variables

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

Variables All, n = 19, (%)
Devices
Proximal ZFen + bifurcated + iliac limbs 12 (63.2)
 Bifurcated with Inverted iliac limbs 5
 Bifurcated without inverted limbs 7
Fenestrated Cuffs alone 5 (26.3)
 Proximal Z fen cuff 4
 Surgeon-modified Alpha 1
Surgeon-modified bifurcated Zenith Fenestrations 2 (10.5)
 4 fenestrations –TAR/supraceliac repair 16 (84.2)
 3 fenestrations/scallop – infraceliac repair 3 (15.8)
Fluoroscopy
 Time (minutes, SD) 70 ±25
 Dose (mGy, SD) 3200 ±950
 Median EBL (25th, 75th percentile) 100 (100, 200)
 Procedure length (minutes, SD) 103 ±28
MAEs
 Renal Failure 2 (10.5)
 Temporary dialysis 1 (5.3)
 Permanent dialysis 1 (5.3)
 Paraplegia 1 (5.3)
 Compartment syndrome 1 (5.3)
 Death 1 (5.3)
 ICU LOS (days) 0 (0,0.5)
 H LOS (days) 3 (2, 4)
Endoleaks n (%)
 Type Ia/b 0 (0.0)
 Type II 3 (15.8)
 Type III 0 (0.0)
Median follow-up (months) (25th, 75th percentile) 13 (5, 23)
Reintervention n (%)
 Early 2 (10.5)
 Mid-term 1 (5.3)
 Total 4 (15.8)
Patencya n (%)
 Primary 68 (98.6)
 Primary assisted 69 (100)
  1. EBL estimated blood loss; aPatency of target vessels in 18 patients who survived initial hospitalization; TAR thoracoabdominal repair, ICU LOS intensive care unit length of stay, HLOS hospital length of stay