Systolic time interval | definition of systolic time interval by Medical dictionary
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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Prediction of right ventricular ejection fraction by Doppler determination of right systolic time intervals
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Comparison of first pass radionuclide ventriculography, M-mode echocardiography, and systolic time intervals
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Thoracocardiographic-derived left ventricular systolic time intervals
Systolic time intervals
in severe aortic valve disease: changes with surgery and hemodynamic correlations.
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.