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ESVEnglish Standard Version (Bible)
ESVENSCO International (stock symbol)
ESVEnd-Systolic Volume
ESVExperimental Sport Vehicle
ESVEscalade Stretch Vehicle
ESVExtrasystoles Ventriculaires (French: Ventricular Extrasystoles)
ESVEntente Sportive de Vitry (French sports club)
ESVEnergy Safe Victoria (Australia)
ESVExpanded Service Volume
ESVEisenbahner Sport Verein (German: Railwaymen Sports Club)
ESVExperimental Safety Vehicle
ESVEnhanced Safety Vehicles (conference)
ESVEntente Sportive Valletaise (French sports club)
ESVÉtoile Sportive Villenouvelloise (French sports club)
ESVExpanded Scale Voltmeter
ESVEngineer Squad Vehicle
ESVÉtoile Sportive de Veauche (French sports club)
ESVÉtoile Sportive de Vauhallan (French sports club)
ESVEntente Sportive Versaillaise (French sports club; Versailles, France)
ESVEmergency Shutoff Valve
ESVEngineer Support Vehicle
ESVEntente Spéléologique Vosgienne (French caving society)
ESVÉlectricité Service Var (French electricity service)
ESVEarth Satellite Vehicle
ESVEnsemble Scolaire St. Vincent (French school)
ESVEmergency Stop Valve
ESVÉtoile Sportive Viviéroise (French sports club)
ESVEngine Shop Visit
ESVErrored Seconds VT1 (Telabs)
ESVEssential Siphon Vacuum Pump (nuclear plants)
ESVÉtoile Sportive du Vignoble (French sports club)
ESVEnvironnements Sédimentaires et Volcaniques (French: Volcanic and Sedimentary Environments)
ESVEnding Sexual Violence (booklet/organization/class)
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Compatible to these findings, based on the RT-3DE measurements, LV end-systolic volumes of the patients with SSc were found to be significantly increased compared to HC, suggesting a lower cardiac output and EF.
(b-c) LV end-diastolic and end-systolic volumes were significantly lower in NNBP post-CPB than in NHCA post-CPB.
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.
Conventional echocardiographic examinations revealed that beta-thalassemia patients had larger LV end-systolic diameter (cm), end-diastolic and end-systolic volume (mL), LV mass index (g/[m.sup.2]), and mitral early/late diastolic flow velocity ratio.
A serum biomarker of heart failure, NT-ProBNP, worsened by +5540 pg/mL in placebo treated patients, and improved by -13.5 pg/mL in MYDICAR treated patients, cardiac function worsened (heart further enlarged) by 18.2 mL (left ventricular end-systolic volume) in the placebo group, but improved by -9.6 mL in the MYDICAR group, indicating a reverse remodeling of the damaged heart in the MYDICAR treated patients.
End-systolic volume index decreased over time from a baseline 100 to 70 mL/[m.sup.2] in the CRT-on group but was unchanged in the CRT-off group.
The loss of cardiac inotropy (contractility) results in a lower ventricular stroke volume and ejection fraction by decreasing end-systolic volume. This cardiac insufficiency means less blood is being pumped with every beat of the heart.
BSA: body surface area; NYHA: NewYorkHeart Association; LVEF: left ventricular ejection fraction; TAPSE: tricuspid annular plane systolic excursion; SPAP: systolic pulmonary arterial pressure; RVEF: right ventricular ejection fraction; RVSV: right ventricular stroke volume; RVESV: right ventricular end-systolic volume; RVEDV: right ventricular end-diastolic volume; MVP: mitral valve prolapse.
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