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Table 1 Types of stent thrombosis which were reported

From: Stent thrombosis associated with drug eluting stents on addition of cilostazol to the standard dual antiplatelet therapy following percutaneous coronary intervention: a systematic review and meta-analysis of published randomized controlled trials

Studies Type of stent thrombosis reported Follow-up period Type of participants Type of stent
Ahn2008 [10] Acute, sub-acute and late ST 6 months PCI in patients with T2DM DES
Gao2013 [11] Definite, probable, acute and late ST 1 year PCI in patients with obesity DES
Han2009 [12] Sub-acute ST 1 month PCI in patients with ACS DES
Lee2005 [13] Acute and sub-acute ST 1 month PCI in patients with CAD DES
Lee2010A [14] Acute, sub-acute, late and very late ST 2 years PCI in patients with T2DM and LCL DES
Lee2011 [15] Acute, sub-acute, late ST 1 year PCI in patients with LCL DES
Suh2011 [16] ST 6 months PCI in patients with native CAD DES
Youn2014 [17] ST, definite and probable ST 3 months and 1 year PCI in patients with LCL or MVD DES
Zhu2015 [18] Sub-acute and late ST 1 year PCI in patients with ACS DES
Park2013 [19] Definite and probable ST 1 month PCI in patients with CAD DES
  1. Abbreviations: ST: Stent thrombosis, PCI: Percutaneous coronary intervention, T2DM = type 2 diabetes mellitus, ACS: Acute coronary syndrome, CAD: Coronary artery disease, LCL: Long coronary lesions, MVD: Multi-vessel diseases, DES: Drug eluting stents