LVEDDLeft Ventricular End Diastolic Diameter
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Patients with cardiac events show higher LVEDD and lower EF than patients without cardiac events.
14) During the follow up period in our study improved systolic function (decrease LVEDD and EF) was observed in patients without cardiac events, despite the absence of clear explanation for that result but possibly because spontaneous improvement in systolic function can occur in patients with DCM.
LVEDD, LVEDD/BSA, EF, PR interval, QRS duration, P, QRS and T axes, P duration, T wave amplitudes in leads [V.
Previous studies have also reported other adaptations to physical training, such as increased LVEDD (Pluim et al.
4] Nonstandard abbreviations: HF, heart failure; BNP, brain natriuretic pepfide; GP, general pracfitioner; EF, ejection fraction; EDT, deceleration time of the mural E wave; LVEDD, left ventricular end-diastolic diameter; COPD, chronic obstrucfive pulmonary disease; ROC, receiver operating curve; NYHA, New York Heart Association; NT-proBNP, N-terminal proBNP.
The increased use of beta-blockers and digoxin in the idiopathic DCM group may reflect the fact that this group of patients had more severe disease, as evidenced by a greater LVEDD and lower LVEF.
Systolic blood pressure was the only parameter related to LVEDD ([beta]=0.
In our study, IVS, LVPW and LVMI (LV hypertrophy) were significantly higher in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd examination of diabetic patients, LVEDD (LV dilatation) was higher in 2nd and 3rd examination, and lastly IVRT (LV diastolic dysfunction) was significantly higher in the 1st and 2nd examination than those in controls.
Buna gore operasyon oncesi LVEDD, IVST, FS, PWT, EF ve sol ventrikul kitle ve kitle indeksleriyle birlikte aortik gradiyent degerleri arasinda iki grup arasinda istatistiksel olarak anlamli bir fark yoktu (p>0.
Fractional shortening was defined as LVEDD-LVESD/ LVEDD and EF was defined as LVEDD2-LVESD2/LVEDD2 (13).