Table 1– Haemodynamics of subjects
Subjects nAgeSex male/female nmPAP mmHgsPAP mmHgdPAP mmHgPulse pressure mmHgCO L·min−1PVR dyn·s·cm−5Rup %Intra-operative surgical classification
Left %Right %
Operable proximal CTEPH1452.9±166/850.7±1380.8±14.330.9±8.146.1±18.13.8±1.1927±55786.7±7.1Type I 14.3 Type II 28.5 Type III 57.2Type I 7.1 Type II 50 Type III 36.8 Type IV 7.1
Inoperable CTEPH1563.8±8.54/1152.9±10.194.1±17.133.2±7.360.9±14.63.4±1.01056±40075.8±16.2
Post-operative residual CTEPH563.3±6.11/442±5.672.8±10.924.6±6.048.2±9.74.7±0.9564±28077.1±7.7
IPAH/CTD-PAH9/452.9±16.31/1251.5±12.887.9±22.133.2±9.649.2±23.64.3±1.1792±31785.16±3.8
  • Data are presented as mean±sd, unless otherwise stated. mPAP: mean pulmonary arterial pressure; sPAP: systolic pulmonary arterial pressure; dPAP: diastolic pulmonary arterial pressure; CO cardiac output; PVR: pulmonary vascular resistance; Rup: upstream resistance; CTEPH: chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension; IPAH: idiopathic pulmonary arterial hypertension; CTD-PAH: connective tissue disease-associated pulmonary arterial hypertension.