single-vessel disease

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single-vessel disease

Coronary heart disease in which one coronary artery has significant narrowing/stenosis. Single-vessel disease can be managed by stenting, angioplasty or coronary artery bypass.
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7 In this study it was known that patients have one-vessel disease and a positive exercise test, and were followed for a total of six months.
If there were multiple lesions in the same vessel that was regarded as one-vessel disease.
Considering that those patient groups showed significant differences by means of one-vessel disease (almost half between Group 1 and 4), emergency of revascularization, balloon pump use, mechanical complication rate, need for inotropic support after the operation, interpreting the comparable mortality becomes more difficult even for any of above-mentioned variable.
Significant predictors of all cardiac events (including revascularization) were one-vessel disease (HR, 3.