pulmonary pressure

pul·mo·nar·y pres·sure

the blood pressure in the pulmonary artery.
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Tenders are invited for Trans Pulmonary Pressure Measurement
Consequently, neonatal asphyxia was positively related to increased pulmonary pressure.
In our study, we have observed that various parameters which signify right ventricular abnormalities like increased systolic pulmonary pressure (sPAP), right ventricular end diastolic area, right ventricular end systolic area, right ventricular fractional area change, right ventricular free wall mass index and right ventricular ejection time (rate corrected] were found to be significantly higher in sickle cell disease patients (SS genotype] as compared to sickle cell trait patients (AS genotype].
4 cm mass on the out-flow tract of the right ventricle, occluding 85 % of the main pulmonary artery and causing pulmonary valve insufficiency and pulmonary hypertension (systolic pulmonary pressure of 55 mm Hg).
2) At birth, the infant is asymptomatic but during the early months of life the pulmonary pressure falls below systemic pressure, which results in left-to-right shunt from the higher pressure left coronary arterial system to the lower pressure pulmonary arterial system.
2 mm), a systolic pulmonary pressure of 55mmHg, moderately dilated pulmonary artery and hyper-dynamic left ventricle (Fig.
PDA length, diameter at its narrowest point, and pulmonary pressure were noted.
In severe cases, systolic pulmonary pressure may exceed systolic systemic blood pressure.
Echocardiography confirmed RV decompensation with marked right atrial enlargement, severe tricuspid regurgitation (Doppler estimated systolic pulmonary pressure at 85 mmHg), flattening of the interventricular septum (D-shaped left ventricle) and mild pericardial effusion.
Pulmonary hypertension (PHT) develops with chronic pulmonary over-circulation due to a combination of increased blood flow and increased pulmonary pressure.
The time of occurence of signs and symptoms is related to the degree of myocardial blood supply by the collaterals which develop as the pulmonary pressure decreases.
UO scientists working in eight College of Arts and Sciences laboratories will use the money to bring to campus advanced ultrasound and near-infrared spectroscopy systems that are capable of measuring blood flow, oxygen levels and pulmonary pressure and of taking three-dimensional images of the heart.