LVEDI

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LVEDILeft Ventricular End Diastolic Index
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Conversely, although there were no correlations with the natriuretic peptides to LV volumes (all P > 0.18), LV volumes were negativelycorrelated withMR-proADM (LVEDV r =--0.14, P = 0.01; LVEDI r =--0.19, P = 0.0005; LVESV r =--0.17, P = 0.0013; LVESI r =--0.21, P = 0.0001).
2 show the differences in demographics and biomarker concentrations when stratified by highest and lowest quartiles of volume measurements (LAV, 113.2-208.3 vs 47.0-79.0 mL; LAVI, 56.8-95.3 vs 24.0-39.9 mL/[m.sup.2]; LVEDV, 138.0-272.0 vs 58.0-95.0 mL; LVESV, 48.0-219.0 vs 10.0-27.0 mL; LVEDI, 66.6-139.3 vs 29.6-50.0 mL/[m.sup.2]; and LVESI, 23.4-112.2 vs 5.2-14.1 mL/[m.sup.2]).
For every 0.1-nmol/L increase of MR-proADM concentration, the risk of LV enlargement decreased by 22%-24% by volume (LVESV OR 0.76, P = 0.004; LVEDV 0.78, P = 0.009) and by 32%-34% by volume index (LVESI OR 0.68, P = 0.0003; LVEDI OR 0.66, P = 0.0002).