end diastolic volume

end di·as·tol·ic vol·ume

(EDV) (end dī'ă-stol'ik vol'yūm)
The amount of blood in the ventricle immediately before a cardiac contraction begins; a measurement of cardiac filling between beats, related to diastolic function.
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Left ventricular end systolic and end diastolic volume were higher in patients on hemodialysis than controls as well as left atrial enlargement and inter ventricular septum which were statistically significant.
015) for a subset representing 60 percent of the population of the CHART-1 study (baseline End Diastolic Volume (EDV) segmentation).
2]) and End Diastolic Volume Index, EDV-I (EDV/BSA in [m.
5 Previous studies have shown that the transfer of bone marrow mononuclear cells (BMMCs) had no significant impact on left ventricular end diastolic volume (LVEDV), suggesting that BMMCs may have a limited effect on LV remodeling after acute MI.
Perhonen and colleagues used magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to measure the mass of the left and right ventricular myocardial mass, end diastolic volume of the left ventricle in 3 healthy men before and after 2-, 6-, and 12-weeks of bed rest in a horizontal position, and in 8 astronauts before and after 10-day space flight.
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)).
Stroke volume is measured in millilitres but is also described as an ejection fraction: the proportion of the end diastolic volume (EDV) that is pushed out with each contraction.
In the absence of changes in contractility, both end systolic and end diastolic volume decrease with increased heart rate.
We used Simpson's biplane analysis to determine LV end systolic and end diastolic volume (LVESV and LVEDV) (10).
Severe aortic stenosis results in 1) reduced ventricular stroke volume due to increased after load, which decreases ejection velocity, 2) increased end-systolic volume and 3) a compensatory increase in end diastolic volume and pressure.
There was no significant change in LV end diastolic volume, he continued.