Previous percutaneous coronary interventions increase mortality and morbidity after coronary surgery.

@article{Mannacio2012PreviousPC,
  title={Previous percutaneous coronary interventions increase mortality and morbidity after coronary surgery.},
  author={Vito Antonio Mannacio and Luigi di Tommaso and Vincenzo de Amicis and Vincenzo Lucchetti and Paolo Pepino and Francesco Musumeci and Carlo Vosa},
  journal={The Annals of thoracic surgery},
  year={2012},
  volume={93 6},
  pages={1956-62}
}
BACKGROUND This multicenter study investigated the impact of previous percutaneous coronary interventions (PCI) on postoperative outcome and 5-year survival of subsequent coronary artery bypass grafting. METHODS Among 7,855 patients who underwent isolated first-time coronary artery bypass grafting between January 2000 and December 2005, 6,834 (87%) had no previous PCI and 1,021 (13%) had previous PCI with stenting. Logistic multiple regression and propensity score analyses were used to assess… CONTINUE READING
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After risk - adjusted multivariate analysis , age over 70 years , female sex , 3-vessel or 2-vessel plus left main coronary disease , multivessel PCI , ejection fraction 0.40 or less , diabetes mellitus , previous myocardial infarction , and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease were identified as independent predictors of both hospital mortality and major adverse cardiac events .
After risk - adjusted multivariate analysis , age over 70 years , female sex , 3-vessel or 2-vessel plus left main coronary disease , multivessel PCI , ejection fraction 0.40 or less , diabetes mellitus , previous myocardial infarction , and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease were identified as independent predictors of both hospital mortality and major adverse cardiac events .
After risk - adjusted multivariate analysis , age over 70 years , female sex , 3-vessel or 2-vessel plus left main coronary disease , multivessel PCI , ejection fraction 0.40 or less , diabetes mellitus , previous myocardial infarction , and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease were identified as independent predictors of both hospital mortality and major adverse cardiac events .
After risk - adjusted multivariate analysis , age over 70 years , female sex , 3-vessel or 2-vessel plus left main coronary disease , multivessel PCI , ejection fraction 0.40 or less , diabetes mellitus , previous myocardial infarction , and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease were identified as independent predictors of both hospital mortality and major adverse cardiac events .
After risk - adjusted multivariate analysis , age over 70 years , female sex , 3-vessel or 2-vessel plus left main coronary disease , multivessel PCI , ejection fraction 0.40 or less , diabetes mellitus , previous myocardial infarction , and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease were identified as independent predictors of both hospital mortality and major adverse cardiac events .
After risk - adjusted multivariate analysis , age over 70 years , female sex , 3-vessel or 2-vessel plus left main coronary disease , multivessel PCI , ejection fraction 0.40 or less , diabetes mellitus , previous myocardial infarction , and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease were identified as independent predictors of both hospital mortality and major adverse cardiac events .
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