Table 2

Table 1 Clinical features according to treatment strategy

VariableOMT
(n=52)
PCI
(n=52)
NYHA Class
 131 (59.6%)39 (75%)
 213 (25%)9 (17.3%)
 34 (7.6%)2 (3.8%)
 43 (5.7%)2 (3.8%)
CCS Class*
 111 (21.2%)14 (26.9%)
 230 (57.7%)30 (57.7%)
 34 (7.7%)4 (7.7%)
 47 (13.5%)4 (7.7%)
Previous PCI28 (53.8%)36 (69.2%)
Previous MI21 (40.4%)31 (59.6%)
Presentation
Stable angina32 (61.5%)21 (40.4%)
Non-culprit NSTEMI12 (23.1%)17 (32.7%)
Unstable angina3 (5.8%)3 (5.8%)
Non-culprit STEMI5 (9.6%)11 (21.2%)
  • CCS Class may not be indicative of anginal class as per Seattle Angina Questionnaire in the setting of non-culprit disease where scores were calculated at a minimum of 4 weeks post initial PCI in order to ensure scores were reflective of angina from the GZFFR vessel under study.

  • CCS, Canadian Cardiovascular Society; NSTEMI, non-ST elevation myocardial infarction; OMT, optimal medical therapy group; PCI, percutaneous coronary intervention; STEMI, ST elevation myocardial infarction.