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Predictors of 1- and 12-month mortality in bifurcation coronary intervention: a contemporary perspective Supplementary Data

posted on 2023-07-14, 09:41 authored by Majd B Protty, Tom Valenzuela, Ahmed Sharaf, Joy Shome, Saad Hasan, Alexander Chase, Zia UlHaq, Adrian Ionescu, Ayush Khurana, Geraint Jenkins, Daniel R Obaid, Anirban Choudhury, Ahmed Hailan

Aim: Bifurcation-PCI is performed frequently, although without extensive evidence to back up a definitive

solution for its complexity. We set out to identify factors associated with 1- and 12-month mortality after

bifurcation-PCI between 2017 and 2021 in our tertiary centre in Wales, UK. Results: Of 732 bifurcation

PCI cases (mean age 69; 25% female), 67% were in ACS, 42% were left main PCI and 25.3% involved

two-stent strategy. 30-day and 12-month mortality were 1.9% and 8.2%, respectively. Age, diabetes,

smoking and renal failure are associated with mortality after bifurcation-PCI, while the choice between

provisional and 2-stent strategies did not impact mortality/TLR. Conclusion: Awareness of ‘real-world’

outcomes of bifurcation-PCI should be used for appropriate patient selection, technique planning and

procedural consent.