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Table 2 82Rb-PET/CT scan data

From: Impaired myocardial perfusion is associated with increasing end-systolic- and end-diastolic volumes in patients with non-ischemic systolic heart failure: a cross-sectional study using Rubidium-82 PET/CT

All patients (N = 151)
Atrial fibrillation/flutter during scan – % 30 (21)
CACS
 CACS = 0 – no. (%) 42 (28)
 CACS 1–99 – no. (%) 33 (22)
 CACS 100–399 – no. (%) 33 (22)
 CACS 400–999 – no. (%) 22 (15)
 CACS ≥1000 – no. (%) 12 (8)
Rest scan
 Rubidium-82 – Mbq 1062 (1018-1273)
 Systolic blood pressure – mmHg 108 (98–118)
 Diastolic blood pressure – mmHg 63 (56–69)
 MAP - mmHg 77 (71–85)
 Heart rate – bpm 67 (61–73)
 Rate-pressure product 7137 (6840-9345)
 Left ventricular ejection fraction – % 45 (34–55)
 End-systolic volume – ml 71 (50–118)
 End-diastolic volume – ml 134 (103–182)
Stress scan
 Rubidium-82 – Mbq 1058 (1014-1269)
 Adenosine – mg 71 (63–80)
 Systolic blood pressure – mmHg 109 (99–121)
 Diastolic blood pressure – mmHg 62 (55–68)
 MAP- mmHg 78 (71–86)
 Heart rate – bpm 74 (67–80)
 Rate-pressure product 7848 (6840-9345)
 Left ventricular ejection fraction – % 51 (36–62)
 End-systolic volume – ml 71 (45–121)
 End-diastolic volume – ml 144 (119–192)
  1. Values are medians and interquartile ranges if nothing else is indicated. CACS coronary artery calcium score, MAP mean arterial pressure