diastolic filling

di·as·to·lic fill·ing

(dī'ă-stol'ik fil'ing)
Time between opening of the mitral valve and tricuspid valve; includes passive rapid ventricular filling and the atrial contribution.
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Zarich SW and Aurbuckle BE et al [6] studied indexes of left ventricular diastolic filling by pulsed Doppler echocardiography in 21 insulin dependent diabetic patients and 21 control subjects without clinical evidence of heart diseases.
Acute RV dysfunction causes and exacerbates many common critical illnesses, which can be divided into four categories, including acute pressure overload, acute decrease in contractile function, acute volume overload, and acute decrease in diastolic filling.[25] ARDS is one of the most common conditions to challenge the RV.
Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) may influence the cardiovascular system through a number of mechanisms including alteration of ion channel and cellular membrane properties, induction of anti-inflammatory effects, heart rate and arterial pressure decrease, and vascular function as well as left ventricular (LV) diastolic filling improvement.
Active ventricular diastolic filling occurs at this time, followed by an increase in atrial pressure (Figure 3a) (8,9).
The mechanisms of myocardial ischaemia in HCM with CAF include increased oxygen demand by the hypertrophied ventricular myocardium, impaired coronary circulation, demand supply mismatch and increased diastolic filling pressures.
The goals of care for perioperative management of these patients include maintenance of adequate preload, slower heart rate to accommodate for adequate diastolic filling time, and avoidance of hypertension to decrease the afterload to the left ventricle.
Younger age seems to be protective of normal diastolic filling and thus normal LA conduit function demonstrated by higher peak early mitral inflow velocities in younger people [13,19].
In our study, tissue doppler echocardiography showed significant reductions in atrial velocities only in patients with positive HUTT test, while a decrease in early diastolic filling waves were similar and ventricular contractility remained almost unchanged in both positive and negative groups (16, 17).
E/A = Diastolic filling of left ventricles usually classified initially on the basis of the peak mitral flow velocity of the early rapid filling wave (E) and peak velocity of the late filling wave caused by atrial contraction (A).
From the mitral valve inflow velocity curve, the early (E) and late (atrial-A) diastolic wave were measured and the ratio of early and late diastolic filling (E/A) was calculated.
These findings suggested that QL reversed myocardial remodeling in SHR, which contributed to improve LV diastolic filling properties.
Noma et al., "Alteration in left ventricular diastolic filling and accumulation of myocardial collagen at insulin-resistant prediabetic stage of a type II diabetic rat model," Circulation, vol.