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Table 2 Patient characteristics (n = 10)

From: Experimental validation of absolute SPECT/CT quantification for response monitoring in patients with coronary artery disease

Characteristic Value
Gender
 Male 9
 Female 1
Age (years) 69 (53–82)
Weight (kg) 82 (46–124)
Height (cm) 176 (160–187)
Time delay between BMC injection and imaging (mo.) 3 (1–13)
Activity received for MPS
 ~ 500 MBq 8
 ~ 750 MBq 2
Average global tracer uptake (kBq/mL)
 Before BMC injection rest 25.7 (14.9–33.1)
 Before BMC injection stress 27.3 (19.3–37.5)
 After BMC injection rest 25.5 (18.6–43.1)
 After BMC injection stress 30.1 (19.5–41.2)
Minimum segmental tracer uptake (kBq/mL)
 Before BMC injection rest 20.4 (7.2–27.8)
 Before BMC injection stress 17.8 (6.5–29.1)
 After BMC injection rest 19.3 (8.1–33.5)
 After BMC injection stress 21.0 (8.4–27.8)
Medical history
 CABG 10
 PCI 6
 MI 4
 ICD 1
 BMC injection 2
 PM 0
Medication
 Diuretics 3
 Beta-blockers 10
Scanned bed position
 Prone position 7
 Supine position 3
Ejection fraction (%)
 Rest before BMC 55 (24– > 60)
 Stress before BMC 52 (21– > 60)
 Rest after BMC 55 (25– > 60)
 Stress after BMC 52 (21– > 60)
  1. Table shows median and range. BMC bone marrow cell, SPECT/CT single photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography, MPS myocardial perfusion scintigraphy, CABG coronary artery bypass grafting, PCI percutaneous coronary intervention, MI myocardial infarction, ICD implantable cardioverter defibrillator, PM pacemaker