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Table 2 Procedural characteristics of the stent group

From: A randomized, multi-center, prospective study comparing best medical treatment versus best medical treatment plus renal artery stenting in patients with hemodynamically relevant atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis (RADAR) – one-year results of a pre-maturely terminated study

  Stent group
N = 47
Lesion length, mm 10.4 ± 3.9, 2–25
Ostial lesion 44 (93.6)
Stenosis diameter, % 80.2 ± 9.4, 48–100
Stent diameter,
 5.0 mm/6.0 mm/7.0 mm 8 (17.0)/28 (59.6)/11 (23.4)
Residual stenosis after stenting, % 2.3 ± 4.9, 0–25
Lesion completely covered by stent 45 (95.7)
Technical success 45 (95.7)
Acute procedural success 44 (93.6)
Procedural success 45 (95.7)
  1. Data are displayed as number (percentage) or mean ± SD, minimum–maximum. Technical success was defined as successful access and deployment of the device with appropriate lesion coverage, stent positioning, and patency determined by angiography. Acute procedural success was defined as residual diameter stenosis < 30% assessed by quantitative angiography. Procedural success was defined as successful lesion crossing and stent positioning without the occurrence of a serious adverse event up to the moment the introducer sheath was removed