Russian Heart Failure Journal 2009year Ultrasonogrphy investigation in estimation of dyastolic LV pressure


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Ultrasonogrphy investigation in estimation of dyastolic LV pressure

Ovchinnikov A.G., Ageev F.T.

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LV dyastolic pressure is one of the key marker in central hemodynamic. In this review were collected all ways of estimation of dyastolic LV pressure; consider underlying theoretically premises, marked all pluses and minuses of each way and metodological principles are given, observing of them can let exclude mistakes in LV dYastolic pressure estimation.
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