The adherence to 2016 ESC guidelines for CRT is associated with an improved outcome, when compared with 2013 guidelines
Adherence to ESC guidelines class I was associated to better prognosis, clinical response and LV reverse remodeling in a large real-world CRT population.
Blood pressure explains carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity in females but age in males
Comparison of the Echo-derived markers of arterial stiffness to pulse wave velocity for the prediction of impaired LV function and coronary flow reserve in hypertensive patients
Carotid artery stiffness and development of hypertension in chronic spinal cord injury subjects with no overt cardiovascular disease: a 7-year follow-up study.
Systemic hypertension and circumferential ascending aortic strain: is it a reliable parameter of arterial stiffness.
Hemodynamic parameters of common carotid artery are associated with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and cardiac function
Improvement of reverse remodeling by using ECG Fusion Optimized Intervals (FOI) in cardiac resynchronisation therapy: a randomised study
Mechanical dyssynchrony assessment improves the prognostic value of current guidelines based patient selection for CRT
Assessing the causal role of adiposity on early markers of cardiovascular disease: increases in blood pressure, but not metabolic risk factors, are related to arterial stiffness in young adults.