Table 2. Cardiovascular and Cerebral Events in Patients With CFR ≤2.0 or CFR >2.0
CFR ≤2.0 (n=76)CFR >2.0 (n=295)P Value (Chi‐Square)
MACE28 (37%)32 (11%)<0.001
All‐cause death10 (13%)10 (3.4%)<0.001
Cardiovascular death8 (11%)2 (0.7%)<0.001
Myocardial infarction6 (7.9%)11 (3.7%)0.121
Neurological events6 (7.9%)14 (4.7%)0.28
Stroke4 (5.3%)4 (1.4%)0.036
TIA2 (2.6%)10 (3.4%)0.74
Revascularization28 (37%)42 (14%)<0.001
PCI19 (25%)36 (12%)0.005
Acute7 (9.2%)20 (6.8%)0.47
Elective12 (16%)16 (5.4%)0.002
CABG9 (12%)6 (2.0%)<0.001
Acute02 (0.7%)0.47
Elective9 (12%)4 (1.4%)<0.001
Episodes of unstable angina7 (9.2%)18 (6.1%)0.34
  • Numbers and %. CABG indicates coronary artery bypass grafting; CFR, coronary flow reserve; MACE, major adverse cardiovascular events (cardiovascular death, myocardial infarction, or acute revascularization); PCI, percutaneous coronary intervention; TIA, transient ischemic events.