LVESV

AcronymDefinition
LVESVLeft Ventricular End-Systolic Volume
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Compared with 3 months earlier, the related parameters of cardiac function, such as LVEF, FS, and SV, decreased obviously while both LVESV and LVEDV increased significantly.
sup][21] Furthermore, in a rat CIH model, there was a significant elevation both in LVESD and in LVESV along with the decreases both in LVEF and in LVFS.
4) LVESV, mL 49 (35-68) 49 (35-68) LVEDV, mL 120 (94-149) 121 (95-151) TnT, [micro]g/L 0.
lead position 98 (73) 56 (72) QRS (msec) 163 (140-184) 164 (140-184) LVEF(%) 28 (23-33) 28 (23-32) LVESV (mL) 210 (153-276) 218 (158-276) LVEDV (mL) 303 (250-361) 308 (250-381) NYHA III, IV 115 (85) 63 (81) Hypertension 70 (52) 42 (54) Hyperlipidemia 32 (23) 16 (20) Diabetes m.
LVESV greater than 100 ml is more than three standard deviations above normal LVESV and is a predictor of poor long-term outcomes in patients with CHF.
control patients with baseline LVESV greater than 100 ml had the greatest deterioration (adverse remodeling) over 6 months in terms of worsening in both LVESV and left ventricular end diastolic volume (LVEDV), and loss of left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF)
over a 6 month follow-up period, the 150 million MPC dose resulted in placebo-corrected significant reductions in LVESV of 57 ml (p equals 0.
all of the HF-MACE seen over 36 months in the Phase 2 trial occurred in control patients with baseline LVESV greater than 100 ml; the annualized HF-MACE rate was 24 percent in this group, with an overall 71 percent HF-MACE rate over 36 months
in contrast, no HF-MACE were seen over the entire 36 months in 150 million MPC-treated patients with baseline LVESV greater than 100 ml (p equals 0.
baseline LVESV greater than 100 ml identified a rapidly deteriorating sub-group of CHF patients with LV systolic dysfunction who experience a high rate of adverse outcomes
Parameters Median (25-75%) Test group Control group (N = 69) (N = 35) LVESV ([cm.