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Objective Low-gradient (LG) severe aortic stenosis (AS) and preserved EF with reduced stroke volume are associated with an adverse prognosis, but the relationship of stroke volume index (SVI) with ...

Heart, Valvular heart disease, Mackram F Eleid, Paul Sorajja, Hector I Michelena, Joseph F Malouf, Christopher G Scott, Patricia A Pellikka

Date : 01/01/2015

Non-invasive continuous and pulsed wave Doppler ultrasonography was performed in 102 consecutive patients with clinically ill defined systolic murmurs to differentiate between flow murmurs, mitral ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, A Hoffmann, D Burckhardt

Date : 01/10/1983

RESULTS--Differences in individual patients' measurements of aortic valve area by the three Doppler techniques varied by up to 0.56 cm2 compared with values obtained by heart ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, J. L. Fischer, T. Haberer, D. Dickson, L. Henselmann

Date : 01/03/1995

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

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 peak and mean pressure differences measured invasively and non-invasively correlated well--with only minor underestimation of the pressure differences measured with the Doppler ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, L Hegrenaes, L Hatle

Date : 01/10/1985

To determine the frequency of atrioventricular conduction disturbances in aortic valve disease, 26 consecutive patients (age 54 +/- 2 years) with symptomatic aortic valve disease were studied by His ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, H S Friedman, Q Zaman, J I Haft, S Melendez

Date : 01/08/1978

The prevalence of significant coronary artery disease (reduction in luminal diameter by more than 50%) among 88 consecutive patients with aortic stenosis requiring aortic valve replacement at ...

British Heart Journal, Research Article, N Exadactylos, D D Sugrue, C M Oakley

Date : 01/02/1984

The aim of this study was to examine the effect of concomitant significant AR on clinical outcomes in patients with non-surgically treated severe AS. Main outcome measures All-cause mortality and ...

Heart, Valvular heart disease, Satoshi Honda, Takeshi Kitai, Yukikatsu Okada, Tomoko Tani, Kitae Kim, Shuichiro Kaji, Natsuhiko Ehara, Makoto Kinoshita, Atsushi Kobori, Atsushi Yamamuro, Toru Kita, ...

Date : 01/11/2012

Methods Parameters of aortic stenosis severity (jet velocity, mean pressure gradient (MPG) and AVA) and measures of body size (height, weight, BSA and body mass index (BMI)) were analysed in 2843 ...

Heart, Valvular heart disease, Jan Minners, Christa Gohlke-Baerwolf, Beat A Kaufmann, Edda Bahlmann, Eva Gerdts, Kurt Boman, John B Chambers, Christoph A Nienaber, Ronnie Willenheimer, Kristian ...

Date : 01/07/2014