Subcutaneously Outcome Variables Lin Chang (2004) Mortality, HR, MAP, LV dP/dtmax, LV dP/dtmin, LVEDP
Nagaya (2001) HR, MAP, SVR, mean RAP, CO, SV, LV dP-dtmax, LV dP-dtmin, LVEDP
, diastolic thickness of non-infarcted posterior valve, LVDD, LVFS, shortening velocity.
min] and LVEDP
L VDP (mmHg) DECC Control 20 [micro]M (n=8) 84.
Hemodynamic variables in indicated groups of animals on the experimental day 56 of Zn supplementation Control (n = 9) Diabetes (n = 7) Heart rate (bpm) 468 [+ or -] 29 450 [+ or -] 32 SBP (mmHg) 114 [+ or -] 14 124 [+ or -] 2 DBP (mmHg) 80 [+ or -] 12 88 [+ or -] 13 LVP (mmHg) 118 [+ or -] 7 102 [+ or -] 5 ** LVEDP
36 Values are presented as mean [+ or -] SD * Student t-test, Mann-Whitney U test DBP - diastolic blood pressure, DM - diabetes mellitus, HR - heart rate, LAD - left atrial diameter, LVEDP
- left ventricular end-diastolic pressure, LVEF - left ventricular ejection fraction, SBP - systolic blood pressure Table 2.
Group n Dose LVSP LVEDP
+dp/dtmax -dp/ HR (beats (mg (mmHg) (mmHg) (mmHg/ms) dtmax /min) / (mmHg/ kg) ms) Control 8 - 136.
of the CAL rats were found to be increased significantly ( P < 0.
max], and RPP were decreased, and LVEDP
was increased during ischemia period; during reperfusion period, LVDP, [+ or -]dp/[dt.
The relationship between the size of aneurysm and LVEDV or LVEDP
was first studied by Klein et al.
LV developed pressure (LVDP) was calculated by subtracting LVEDP
The LV function index was monitored continuously with a computer-based system for the acquisition of data regarding LVEDP
, left ventricular developed pressure (LVDP), positive and negative LVDP/dt (+dp/dtmax, −dp/dtmax), and heart rate (HR).
As a tendency, LVEDP
was increased, and - dp/dtmax reduced in the model group, however there were no significant differences between the sham-operated control and the model groups (Table 1).