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EDDDoctor of Education (degree)
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EDDÉducation au Développement Durable (French: Education for Sustainable Development)
EDDEndothelium-Dependent Dilation
EDDEconomic Development District
EDDEarliest Due Date (packet scheduling)
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EDDExpected Date of Delivery (obstetrics)
EDDEurope Dental Distribution (various locations)
EDDExplosive Detection Dog
EDDEnvironmental Due Diligence (commercial requirement)
EDDElectronic Data Deliverable(s)
EDDEnhanced Disk Drive
EDDExport Diagnostic Data
EDDEarliest Due Date
EDDElectronic Document Delivery
EDDEnd-Diastolic Dimension (cardiology)
EDDEurope of Democracies and Diversities
EDDEthernet Demarcation Device
EDDElement Definition Document
EDDEnhanced Due Diligence (regulatory requirements)
EDDEntry Denial Device
EDDEngagement dans le Développement Durable (French: Commitment to Sustainable Development)
EDDEarly Disease Detection
EDDEnterprise Development Division (Trinidad and Tobago)
EDDElectronic Document Distribution
EDDÉcole Doctorale de Dauphine (French: Graduate School of Dauphine; Paris Dauphine University; Paris, France)
EDDExplosive Detection Device
EDDEnterprise Data Distribution
EDDElectronic Digital Device
EDDEnforcement Decision Document
EDDElectronic Due Diligence
EDDEmotional Detachment Disorder (psychology)
EDDEnvelope Delay Distortion
EDDEastman Department of Dentistry (University of Rochester; New York)
EDDEuropean Database Directive (trade)
EDDExperimental Design Diagram
EDDError Diffusion Dithering (color quantization)
EDDEarliest Delivery Date
EDDEstimated Departure Date
EDDError Detecting Device
EDDExample Driven Design (software design)
EDDEthyleendiaminedinitraat
EDDEducational Dollars for Duty (Florida)
EDDEnterprise Design Document
EDDElectron Dense Deposit
EDDExternal Design Document
EDDEarliest Date Due
EDDEnterprise Dictionary Database (Army Knowledge Online)
EDDEstimated Deployment Date
EDDEngineering for Design and Development
EDDElectronic Distribution Delivery (EMC2)
EDDExtended Data Definition
EDDEstimated Defect Density
EDDEquipment Degradation Document
EDDEnhanced Disc Drive
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These values were used to estimate the ejection fraction through the Teicholz method (Teicholz EF)=(LV end-diastolic dimension) (LV end-systolic dimension)/(LV enddiastolic dimension).
Echo was performed as described previously.[11] A Vivid GE 7 color ultrasonic diagnostic instrument (GE, Fairfield, CT, USA) with a probe of 1.7-3.4 MHz frequency was used to measure the IVS, LVPW;d, Left ventricular end-diastolic dimension (LVEDD), and Left ventricular end-systolic dimension (LVESD) in M-mode echo.
The left ventricular end-diastolic dimension (LVEDD) slope was -0.05, and the pulsatility index (PI) slope was -0.18, consistent with an internal pump thrombus [1].
There were no differences in LV ejection fraction between the two groups, but the LV end-diastolic dimension and the estimated LV volume were significantly higher in the T group than in the C group (p < 0.05 for both analyses).
In more than half of the patients increased left ventricle end-diastolic dimension and worsening of diastolic function (shortening of deceleration time, E wave, the increase in E/A) were observed as in our study24.
Preoperative ejection fraction determines early recovery of left ventricular end-diastolic dimension after aortic valve replacement for chronic severe aortic regurgitation.
The following parameters were obtained: interventricular septum in end diastole (IVSED), left ventricular end-diastolic dimension (LVEDD), left ventricular free wall in end diastole (LVFWED), interventricular septum in end systole (IVSES), left ventricular end-systolic dimension (LVESD), and left ventricular free wall in end systole (LVFWES).
Consistent with the heart weight data, no differences in left ventricular end-diastolic dimension (LVEDD), left ventricular endstolic dimension (LVESD), interventricular septal thickness in diastole, and posterior wall thickness in diastole were observed in MyD88 TG mice, suggesting normal anatomy of MyD88 hearts.
M-mode tracings were obtained at the level of the mitral leaflets' tips in the parasternal long-axis position, and measurements of left ventricular end-systolic dimension and left ventricular end-diastolic dimension were taken according to the recommendations of the American Society of Echocardiography.
The systolic and diastolic sizes of the left ventricle (end-systolic volume of the left ventricle, index of the end-systolic volume of the left ventricle, end-systolic dimension of the left ventricle, end-diastolic volume of the left ventricle, index of the end-diastolic volume of the left ventricle, end-diastolic dimension of the left ventricle) in patients in the first group (with no signs of CPH) were nearly similar to those of the control group.
In patients with LV systolic dysfunction, significant correlation was noted between MPI and LV end-diastolic dimension (r:0.42, p<0.001); LV end-systolic dimension (r:0.54, p<0.001); ejection fraction (r:-0.5132, p<0.001);fractional shortening (r:-0.5132,p<0.001) and no correlation was noticed with E/A ratio, E deceleration time, severity of MR, pulmonary artery systolic pressures.
2C), end-diastolic dimension of the left ventricle was 5.06 cm and the systolic ejection has been increased up to 66%.