TAPSE


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TAPSETricuspid Annular Plane Systolic Excursion
TAPSETransesophageal Atrial Pacing Stress Echocardiography
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The document comprises bidimensional linear measures of RV cavity at different levels and projections and functional nonvolumetric parameters such as longitudinal excursion of tricuspid annulus (TAPSE), tissue Doppler velocity of systolic wave at the lateral portion of tricuspid annulus (S7 wave), fractional area change (FAC) during systole, myocardium performance index (MPI) also recognized as Tei index [67], and the estimate of dP/dT from systolic time of the tricuspid regurgitation Doppler spectrum [65] (Figure 4).
In this study, all the parameters, SPAP, TAPSE, LV eccentricity index, and pericardial effusion, were relatively unchanged with no statistical difference between the two groups.
TAPSE or tricuspid annular motion was the distance of systolic excursion of the RV annular segment along its longitudinal plane, determined in a standard apical 4-chamber view.
While age and gender matched well between PS and PE patients, patients with PS have higher systolic and diastolic and pulmonary artery pressures, TAPSE, MPI, RV 2D and free wall thickness in comparison to PE cohort.
Laulva revolutsiooni tapse dateerimisega on lood keerulised, sest voimuvahetus sai kull teoks koos noukogude impeeriumi lagunemisega ja selle otseseks ajendiks oli 19.
Assessment of Right Ventricular Function Tricuspid Annular Plane Systolic Excursion (TAPSE) [1,2]
The main echocardiographic parameters involved in the assessment of RV morphology and function were RV internal diameter (RVID), RV wall thickness (RVWT), RV fractional area change (FAC), RV myocardial performance index (MPI), pulsed-wave tissue Doppler imaging- (TDI-) derived velocity of the tricuspid annular systolic motion (RV S'), and tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion (TAPSE).
Right ventricular systolic function can be assessed echocardiographically by using several parameters including RV index of myocardial performance (RV MPI), tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion (TAPSE), myocardial acceleration during isovolu-mic contraction (RV IVA), right ventricular fractional area change (RV FAC), three-dimensional RV ejection fraction (3D RVEF), tissue Doppler-derived tricuspid lateral annular systolic velocity (Tri S), and longitudinal strain and strain rate.
Acute exposure to high altitude in lowlanders caused an increase in mean PAP to 20-25 mm Hg, altered RV diastolic function (indicated by a decreased E/A ratio as well as a prolonged isovolumic relaxation time contributing to an increased RV Tei index), and maintained RV systolic function (measured by TAPSE and S at the tricuspid annulus).
Echo showed right atrium and right ventricular enlargement, D-shaped left ventricle, severe pulmonary hypertension, main pulmonary artery--35 mm, right pulmonary artery--24 mm, left pulmonary artery--23 mm, pulmonary artery mean pressure of 62 mmHg, TRPG--84 mmHg, TAPSE 17 mm, PR end diastole 34 mmHg.