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Continuous Measurement of the Systolic Time Intervals Integrated on a Hemodynamic Profile. Successful Method to Monitor Left Ventricular Function

  • R. Muchada
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Abstract

The left ventricular contraction determines the generation of a force, the shortening of the ventricular walls, the blood ejection towards the aorta and the reduction of volume in the ventricular cavities.

Keywords

Mean Arterial Pressure Left Ventricular Performance Systolic Time Interval Hemodynamic Profile Aortic Blood Flow 
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