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AcronymDefinition
EDVElektronische Datenverarbeitung
EDVEnde Der Vernunft :-)
EDVEnd-Diastolic Volume
EDVEndothelium-Dependent Vasodilation
EDVEnfants du Vietnam (French: Vietnamese Children)
EDVEnd of Discharge Voltage (batteries)
EDVÉditions du Voyage (French: Travel Editions)
EDVEnterprise Desktop Virtualization (Wyse Technology)
EDVEuropean Disaster Volunteers (UK)
EDVEiffel Dépôt Vente (French: Eiffel Deposit Sale)
EDVEpidermodysplasia Verruciformis (skin disease)
EDVEvery Day Value (Macy's marketing
EDVEngeneic Delivery Vehicle (drug delivery)
EDVEnsemble de Valeur (blogring.net, secret society)
EDVElectronic Drawings Vault
EDVEmitter Descriptor Vector
EDVElectronic Diversity Visa Program (US State Department)
EDVEscapades des Déficients Visuels (French: Escapades of the Visually Impaired)
EDVElectron Drift Velocity (electricity and magnetism; physics)
EDVElectronische Dienstverlening (German: Electronic Services)
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5] mass and silicon with RV end-diastolic volume were consistent with RV mass, the confidence intervals were very wide and indistinguishable from no association (Table 2).
Such changes were more pronounced in patients of the second group (compensated CPH) and were accompanied by an increase in the myocardial mass of the left ventricle and by a moderate increase in the end-diastolic volume and end-systolic volume.
18,20,21) Simplistically, the observed phenomenon is the result of the continuously varying response of the left ventricle to subtle changes in end-diastolic volume, created through cardiopulmonary interaction.
RV end-diastolic volume and end-systolic volume were calculated using Simpson's rule.
1 systolic pressure (mmHg) LV end-diastolic volume 53 [+ or -] 11 63 [+ or -] 22 index (mL/[m.
The heart functions monitored by the researchers included right ventricular ejection fraction (RVEF), end-systolic volume (volume of blood at the maximum contraction point, ESV), and end-diastolic volume (volume of blood when at the maximum filling point, EDV), stroke volume and cardiac output.
The following parameters were below the level in the control group: left ventricle end-systolic volume (LVESV), left ventricle end-diastolic volume (LVEDV), stroke volume (SV), cardiac output (Q), stroke volume index (SVI), left ventricle end-diastolic volume/left ventricular myocardial mass (LVEDV/LVMM), stroke index (SI), left ventricle diastolic function--maximum later peak velocity (peak A) (LVDF-[V.
We studied how the size of LVA affects not only the end-diastolic pressure and the end-diastolic volume of the whole left ventricle, but also the end-diastolic volume of section S2 (that developed the LVA).
The 6-month results included a 25% reduction from baseline in left ventricular end-diastolic volume and a 19% decrease in left ventricular mass.
Similarly, the end-diastolic volume index dropped from 133 to 103 mL/[m.
He spoke and published widely on the subject but acknowledged that he was not the first to describe the relationship between end-diastolic volume and the work of the heart.