end-diastolic pressure


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end-diastolic pressure

[-dī·əstol′ik]
Etymology: AS, ende + Gk, dia + stellein, to set; L, premere, to press
the pressure of the blood in the ventricles at the end of diastole.

end-diastolic pressure

Cardiac pacing Fluid pressure in heart chamber at the end of diastole just before systole

end-diastolic pressure

Blood pressure in a ventricle of the heart at the end of diastole.
See also: pressure
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According to the arterial systemic graph during balloon pumping, there are two pressure responses that are influenced by the deflation timing, first, the aortic end-diastolic pressure, following the balloon inflation/deflation cycle, should be lower than the preceding unassisted aortic end- diastolic pressure.
For the time being, increase in plasma BNP is acknowledged as an independent determinant of the increase in LV end-diastolic pressure (29).
A difference greater than 20 milliseconds between AR duration and the mitral A velocity duration suggests an increased LV end-diastolic pressure (21).
Highly elevated right ventricular end-diastolic pressure due to decreased right ventricular compliance by severe infarction resulted in shortening of ICT and the pseudonormalized right ventricular MPI.