Clinical Profiles and Outcomes of Acute Aortic Dissection in the Chinese Patients (CPOAADCP)
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Clinical profiles and outcomes of patients with acute aortic dissection have not yet been evaluated in China. The aim of this study is to establish clinical registry of acute aortic dissection in China and to analyze clinical features, managements and outcomes of Chinese patients with acute aortic dissection.
Condition or disease
Aorta Thoracic Ascending DissectionDissection of Descending Aorta
In 1996, the Internation Registry of Acute Aortic Dissection(IRAD) was established to improve clinical diagnosis and treatment of acute aortic dissection. However, most patients from the IRAD are Caucasian. These data were not sufficient to reflect clinical profiles and outcomes of Chinese patients with acute aortic dissection. In China, little is known about clinical features, managements and outcomes of acute aortic dissection involving a large number of patients. The investigators established clinical multicenter registry of acute aortic dissection. Between January 2009 and February 2012, about 2000 were enrolled in the Chinese registry of acute aortic dissection(CRAD) database. The aim of this study is to analyze clinical profiles and outcomes of Chinese patients with acute aortic dissection.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years to 80 Years (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Chinese population suffering acute aortic dissection
Stanford type A dissection
Stanford type B dissection
Retrograde Stanford Type B dissection
Unclassified dissection with primary tear located in the aortic dissection
Active infection or active vasculitides
Myocardial infarction or Cerebral accident within 2 months
Unwillingness to cooperate wiht study procedures or follow-up visits