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To evaluate in-hospital and long-term effectiveness of endovascular aortic repair for Stanford B aortic dissection between different genders.
From April 2002 to February 2013, a total number of 296 patients with Stanford B aortic dissection treated with endovascular repair in General hospital of Shenyang Military Region. To compare clinical features, in-hospital and outcomes in follow-up for 3 years in different genders.
There was no significant difference between different genders in clinical characteristics. However, compared with female group, the male group had higher rate in smoking and drinking, and lower rate in back pain and coma occurred. There were no significant difference in stent grafts characteristics and in-hospital complication. During the in-hospital and follow-up, compared with female group, the complication of all-cause mortality, reintervention, coronary disease, cerebrovascular diseases in male group also had no significant difference.
In our study, the clinical outcomes of in-hospital and follow-up was no significant difference between different gender patients with Stanford B aortic dissection treated with endovascular aortic repair.