At the same time, we evaluated the relationship ranging from E/e? and you will SBI based on style of AF
Prevalences of LA abnormalities by TOE (left) and LAA emptying velocity (right) according to the tertiles of the E/e? ratio in non-valvular AF patients. An increased tertile of E/e? was associated with a high prevalence of LA abnormalities (P = 0.00dos) and decreased LAA velocity (P < 0.001). Patients with the highest tertile of E/e? had a significantly higher prevalence of LA abnormalities by TOE (*P = 0.005; ** P = 0.023 vs. the highest tertile) and lower LAA velocity (*P < 0.001; **P < 0.001 vs. the highest tertile) than those with the intermediate or the lowest tertile of the E/e? ratio.