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|Effect of percutaneous mitral balloon valvuloplasty on right ventricular functions in mitral stenosis: Short-and mid-term results
Gunaydin, Zeki Yuksel
|it should also be stated in the text that the clinical characteristics of the patients such as heart rate and systolic and diastolic blood pressures were similar before and after the procedure at the 3rd and 12th months
|TURKISH SOC CARDIOLOGYCOBANCESME SANAYI CAD NO 11, NISH ISTANBUL A BLOK KAT 8 NO 47-48, YENIBOSNA, BAHCELIEVLER, ISTANBUL 34196, TURKEY
|A prospective study was conducted in 61 patients (age: 42.7±11.6 years) with isolated rheumatic mitral valve stenosis who underwent percutaneous mitral balloon valvuloplasty (PMBV). The patient population consisted of individuals with notable advanced ages. Although the authors stated clinical, echocardiographic, or angiographic evidence of coronary artery disease as exclusion criteria, there are some unclarified points. Firstly, what percentage of the patients underwent coronary angiography? Furthermore, it should be stated whether the patients with non-critical coronary artery disease were also included in the study
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