systolic time interval

systolic time interval

A noninvasive technique that combines the data provided by EKG and phonocardiography in order to evaluate ventricular function during systole
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At the beginning and end of each period, a hemodynamic profile with measurements of blood pressure in the supine position as well as TPR and systolic time intervals was generated (PEP/LVET) (Li and Belz, 1993) and recorded for up to 6 hours after the 1st and the 28th day doses.
Li Q, Belz GG (1993) Systolic time intervals in clinical pharmacology.