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Gudrun Maria FEUCHTNER (Innsbruck, AT) 08:30 P5465 Accuracy of dual source computed tomography to predict suitable angulations for fluoroscopic guidance during transcatheter aortic valve implantation ...

Poster session 7: Valvular heart disease

Date : 31/08/2011 Item size : 189854 bytes

14:00 P4942 Implications of aortic valve calcification for paravalvular aortic regurgitation post-transcatheter aortic valve implantation See Hooi EWE (Singapore, SG) 14:00 P4943 Transfemoral aortic ...

Poster session 6: Transcatheter aortic valve implantation - Imaging

Date : 30/08/2011 Item size : 174490 bytes

08:30 P4313 The modern epidemiology of valvular aortic stenosis Gry Wisthus EVEBORN (Tromso, NO) 08:30 P4314 Another approach to main clinical characteristics of patients with aortic stenosis: A ...

Poster session 5: Presentation, diagnosis and prognosis of aortic valve disease

Date : 30/08/2011 Item size : 229114 bytes

A score of left ventricular functional impairment, derived from 5 to 8 haemodynamic variables, was calculated as: number of pathological indices x 100/total number of determined ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H P Krayenbuehl, M Turina, O M Hess, M Rothlin, A Senning

Date : 01/02/1979

Among the 12 patients who required reoperation for severe obstruction, five aged over 19 years had calcified valves with normal aortic roots and valve replacement was simple. The postoperative ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Presbitero, J Somerville, R Revel-Chion, D Ross

Date : 01/01/1982

Rate-corrected left ventricular ejection time was measured from the aortic pressure tracings of 171 catheterised patients with aortic valve area less than or equal to 1.2 cm2. In 50 patients with ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P Kligfield, H Goldberg, S A Kline, s Scheidt

Date : 01/11/1977

Neither the pattern of angina pectoris nor the response to nitroglycerin was dependent upon the coexistence of significant coronary artery disease. In patients with aortic stenosis, there was not ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L L Basta, D Raines, S Najjar, J M Kioschos

Date : 01/02/1975

Sixty per cent of the patients with aortic stenosis had some degree of fibrosis; the degree of fibrosis correlated strongly with ejection fraction, peak systolic gradient, symptoms of cardiac ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, P J Oldershaw, I A Brooksby, M J Davies, D J Coltart, B S Jenkins, M M Webb-Peploe

Date : 01/12/1980

Stepwise regression analysis of the small pressure difference between the two methods showed that it could not be explained by age, sex, stroke volume, differences in heart rate, ejection fraction, ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, R Danielsen, J E Nordrehaug, L Stangeland, H Vik-Mo

Date : 01/05/1988

The severity of aortic stenosis is an important determinant of prognosis in patients with symptoms who do not undergo valve replacement. [...]patients with mild aortic stenosis and low gradients ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, M J Griffith, C Carey, D J Coltart, B S Jenkins, M M Webb-Peploe

Date : 01/11/1989