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Table 4 The upper part (lite blue) summarizes the minor vascular complications of the total population and of the two groups. The parentheses list the number of minor vascular complications and the number of patients available for analysis. No significant difference was observed between the two groups with respect to minor vascular complications

From: Analysis of cardiovascular mortality, bleeding, vascular and cerebrovascular events in patients with atrial fibrillation vs. sinus rhythm undergoing transfemoral Transcatheter Aortic Valve Implantation (TAVR)

  Total population (n = 257) SR-group(n = 148) AF-group (n = 109) p Value OR (95% CI)
Follow-up Minor vascular complication
 30 days 22.6% (58/257) 22.3% (33/148) 22.9% (25/109) 1.00 1.09 (0.61–1.96)
 3 months 23.0% (59/257) 22.3% (33/148) 23.9% (26/109) 0.767 1.09 (0.61–1.96)
 6 months 24.8% (60/241) 23.9% (33/137) 26.0% (27/104) 0.764 1.12 (0.62–2.01)
 12 months 27.3% (60/219) 26.4% (33/124) 28.4% (27/95) 0.762 1.11 (0.61–2.01)
Follow-up Major bleeding
 30 days 3.5% (9/257) 4.1% (6/148) 2.8% (3/109) 0.737 0.67 (0.16–2.74)
 3 months 3.9% (10/257) 4.7% (7/148) 2.8% (3/109) 0.525 0.57 (0.14–2.26)
 6 months 4.5% (11/241) 5.8% (8/137) 2.9% (3/104) 0.360 0.48 (1.13–1.87)
 12 months 5.5% (12/219) 7.2% (9/124) 3.2% (3/95) 0.240 0.42 (0.11–1.60)
Follow-up Minor bleeding
 30 days 19.8% (51/257) 21.6% (32/148) 17.4% (19/109) 1.00 1.09 (0.61–1.96)
 3 months 19.8% (51/257) 21.6% (32/148) 17.4% (19/109) 0.767 1.09 (0.61–1.96)
 6 months 21.0% (51/241) 23.0% (32/137) 18.3% (19/104) 0.764 1.12 (0.62–2.01)
 12 months 23.1% (51/219) 25.4% (32/124) 20.0% (19/95) 0.762 1.11 (0.61–2.01)
  1. The middle part of the table (blue) shows the major bleeding events of the total collective and of the two groups during the course of the follow-up period. The lower part of the table (deep blue) lists the minor bleeding events. The parentheses list the number of bleeding events and the number of patients available for analysis. With regard to the occurrences of major and minor bleeding, no significant accumulation was found in one of the two groups