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Table 1 Types of lesions, outcomes reported and follow-up time periods

From: Cardiovascular outcomes associated with crush versus provisional stenting techniques for bifurcation lesions: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Studies Types of lesions + procedure Outcomes reported Follow-up time periods
Baystrukov2017 [9] Bifurcation lesions + PCI Cardiac death, MI, ST, TVR, stroke, MACE, re-occlusion 12 months
CACTUS [5] True coronary bifurcation + PCI MACE, MI, TLR, TVR, death 1 and 6 months
DKCRUSH II [10] Coronary artery bifurcation lesions + PCI MACE, cardiac death, MI, TLR, TVR, ST 60 months
DKCRUSH V [11] Left main distal bifurcation lesions + PCI Cardiac death, MI, TLR, ST, MACE, all-cause mortality, all revascularization 1 and 12 months
Galassi2009 [12] Bifurcation lesions + PCI MACE, TVR, TLR, MI, ST, Cardiac death, all-cause mortality 1 month and 24 months
Kim2015 [13] Coronary artery bifurcation lesions with or without side branch + PCI All-cause mortality, cardiac death, MI, TVR, TLR, ST, MACE 12 months
  1. Abbreviations: PCI percutaneous coronary intervention, MI myocardial infarction, ST stent thrombosis, TVR target vessel revascularization, TLR target lesion revascularization, MACE major adverse cardiac events