Coronary artery revascularization combined with server ischemic mitral valve repair early and midterm outcome

1Okba F Ahmed, RabeaSalim Abduljabbar

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Abstract:

Functional ischemic mitral regurgitation (MR) occur in up to 40% of patients after myocardial infraction. Chronic ischemic mitral regurgitation (IMR) is a frequent and important complication after myocardial infarction. This is a single center, retrospective, single cohort study, during two year period (2018–2020). It included all the cases of combined operation of MV repair and CABG. Follow-up of patients was performed through clinical visit.The patients were followed up for a median duration of (six months to 1 year).All patients underwent transthoracic echocardiography (TTE) and preoperative coronary angiography. Carotid Doppler study was requested for those patients with previous stroke and/or peripheral vascular disease (PVD).The followings were obtained; socio-demographic data, information regarding clinical courses, intraoperative findings, and post-operative follow up data.The study included 68 cases, the mean age was 58 years (ranging from 45 to 78 years), 36 (52.9%) were males and 32(47%) were female.

Keywords:

mitral regurgitation, peripheral vascular disease, coronary angiography, Carotid Doppler study, coronary artery revascularization

Paper Details
Month1
Year2022
Volume26
IssueIssue 1
Pages192-198