end systolic volume

end sys·tol·ic vol·ume

(ESV) (end sis-tol'ik vol'yūm)
The amount of blood held remaining in each ventricle of the heart after systole (contraction) and before filling; approximately 50-60 mL.
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Reduced ejection fraction enhances end systolic volume, 13 increasing volume overload resulting in dilatation of heart chambers as well as cardiac wall thinning.
One key observation in the hemodynamic response of the Chinese patients versus previously published Parachute data is the much greater improvement in systolic function, specifically EF and end systolic volume index.
Most importantly, in this subgroup, a strong trend or a statistical significant positive difference was seen in all individual elements of the composite primary endpoint (mortality, worsening heart failure events, quality of life, 6 minutes walking test, end systolic volume and ejection fraction).
The primary endpoint of left ventricular end systolic volume index (LVESVi) reduction as compared to baseline was met by a reduction from 78.
End diastolic volume (EDV), End systolic volume (ESV), Stroke Volume (SV) were obtained.
The main MR sequences include an inversion recovery prepared echo planar imaging perfusion sequence inversion recovery TrueFISP sequence (delayed enhancement) and TrueFISP cine sequence for heart function measurement (including ejection fraction (EF) end diastolic volume (EDV) end systolic volume (ESV) stroke volume (SV) and cardiac output (CO)).
The primary results, published in the April 25, 2013, edition of The New England Journal of Medicine, showed a 26 percent relative risk reduction in the composite of death, healthcare utilization visits requiring intravenous heart failure therapy, and significant increase in LV end systolic volume among patients receiving BiV pacing.
End systolic volume: End systolic volume (ESV) refers to the volume of blood left in the ventricle following a contraction.
Additional results from the BLOCK HF trial demonstrated a 26% relative risk reduction in the composite of death, healthcare utilization visits requiring IV heart failure therapy, and significant increase in left ventricular end systolic volume index (LVESVi a measure of cardiac function) among patients receiving BiV pacing, meeting the trial's primary objective.
After 180 days from treatment, the TMZ group showed a smaller end systolic volume than the placebo group (echocardiographic data), 46.
Efficacy domains included symptomatic changes in NYHA class and the MLHF (Minnesota Living With Heart Failure) questionnaire; functional changes based on 6-minute walk test and maximal oxygen consumption; changes in N-terminal prohormone brain natriuretic peptide; and evidence of remodeling based on ejection fraction scores and end systolic volume.
Stroke volume was calculated from the difference between end diastolic volume (EDV) and end systolic volume (ESV).