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Table 1 Population data

From: Endovascular recanalization of chronic total occlusions of the native superficial femoral artery after failed femoropopliteal bypass in patients with critical limb ischemia

Variables All patients (n = 54)
Age (years) 71.9 (± 12.8)
Male 32 (59.2 %)
BMI 23.8 (17.2–29.9)
Pre-procedure ABI 0.3 (0.1–0.5)
Risk factors
 Diabetes mellitus 27 (50 %)
 Coronary artery disease 35 (64.8 %)
 Congestive heart failure 13 (24.1 %)
 Cerebrovascular disease 9 (16.7 %)
 Smoking history 45 (83.3 %)
 Current smoker 5 (9.3 %)
 Hypertension 51 (94.4 %)
 Hyperlipidaemia 48 (88.9 %)
 Chronic renal insufficiency(eGFR < 90 mL/min) 10 (18.5 %)
Rutherford categories at presentation
 1 or 2 or 3 - claudication 19 (35.2 %)
 4 – rest pain 30 (55.5 %)
 5 or 6 – tissue loss 5 (9.3 %)
Bypass graft type
 Great saphenous vein 12 (22.2 %)
 PTFE 42 (77.8 %)
Bypass graft target
 Above-knee popliteal artery 18 (33.3 %)
 Below-knee popliteal artery 36 (66.7 %)