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13] RV ejection time was measured from the onset to the termination of the spectral Doppler signal across the pulmonary valve.
Mean pulmonary arterial pressure (MPAP) was determined by assessing the pulmonary insufficiency acceleration time (AT) and the ratio of AT to ejection time (ET); AT/ET < 0.
Left ventricular ejection times and cardiac output both increased in-flight, while time between heartbeats, arterial pulse pressure, and the blood pumped from the heart decreased.
Myocardial performance index (MPI) which is also known as Tei index, since it was firstly determined by Tei (17) is a measure obtained by dividing the sum of isovolumic contraction and relaxation times to ejection time.
Myocardial performance index (MPI, Tei index) is a Doppler-derived index combining systolic and diastolic time intervals, was proposed by Tei and co-workers, which is defined as the sum of isovolumic contraction and relaxation time divided by the ejection time, was reported to be simple, reproducible and independent of heart rate and blood pressure, which overcomes many of the limitations of traditional indices.
Methods: The MPI was defined as the sum of the isovolumic contraction time (ICT) and the IRT divided by the ejection time (ET), and was calculated in 13 controls (group 1), and 39 patients with ischemic heart disease with left ventricular systolic dysfunction (ejection fraction<50%).
c], and the coefficient of friction ([mu]) at ejection time between plastic and steel:
5 bar steam pressure (127[degrees]C) (ASME available); operates at 15,000 g's; gentle treatment of shear-sensitive microorganisms; patented Hydrostop system for controlled partial and full solids ejections, which reduces the solids ejection time to less than 1/10 of a second.
We hypothesized that a volume overload lesion prolonging LV ejection time (LVET) may reduce IMP despite LV dysfunction (LVD).