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ISBN: 0898389879
Author: Marvin A. Konstam,Jeffrey M. Isner
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1988 edition (April 30, 1988)
Pages: 342
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medicine
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A book dealing with the right ventricle would investigators.

A book dealing with the right ventricle would investigators. The skeptic would argue that this renewed interest resulted from an exhaustion be incomplete without at least cursory reference we have of clinically-related observations that could be to the pulmonary circulation. Show all. Table of contents (17 chapters).

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Dr Jeffrey M Isner, who wedded gene therapy and cardiovascular medicine to. .Like a growing number of physicians, Dr. Isner was involved not only in medicine but also in business, as founder of Vascular Genetics and a major stockholder in the company, which is based in North Carolina.

Dr Jeffrey M Isner, who wedded gene therapy and cardiovascular medicine to create promising treatments for heart and circulatory disease, dies at 53; photo (M. 'I'm not trying to dismiss this out of hand,'' he once said, ''but I'm not going to be a wimp and roll over because someone is projecting a concern.

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Marvin Konstam, MD, is an n expert on heart failure and cardiac care and has served as a Senior Advisor in Cardiovascular . He is board certified in Cardiovascular Disease, Internal Medicine, and Radiology.

Marvin Konstam, MD, is an n expert on heart failure and cardiac care and has served as a Senior Advisor in Cardiovascular Diseases to the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute. He has also served on the Cardiorenal Advisory Panel of the US Food and Drug Administration and on the Medicare Evidence Development and Coverage Advisory Committee of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Dr. Konstam previously served as President of the Heart Failure Society of America and as President of the Association of Professors of Cardiology.

Series: Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine (Book 216). See and discover other items: heart failure treatments. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Hardcover: 314 pages.

Jeffrey M. Isner, MD, FACC1 . 2) For the right ventricle, the slope of the end-systolic pressure-volume relation i. Isner, MD, FACC1, Dhirendra Das, MD1, Michael R. Zile, MD1 . Right ventricular pressure-volume slope corre- lated weakly with baseline right ventricular ejection fraction (r . 9, p < . 5), strongly with the baseline right ventricular end-systolic pressure-volume ratio (r . 9) and inversely with baseline right ventricular end-systolic volume (r −. 6). In conclusion, 1) in patients with severe biventricular failure, changes in systolic pressure influence end-systolic volume more strongly in the right than in the left ventricle.

future developments over the next five years. Coverage includes all the issues important to today's cardiologist, internal medicine specialist, and family practitioner, such as use of stents, how to perform a coronary angiogram, cardiology in the managed care era, quality of cardiovascular medicine, and medicolegal problems.

Right ventricular dysfunction was seen with or without acute respiratory failure. In eight patients, a depressed right ventricular ejection fraction was seen in combination with an abnormal left ventricular ejection fraction (less than 48%), but in five patients, right ventricular ejection fraction impairment occurred with normal left ventricular ejection fraction. There was no significant correlation between abnormal right ventricular afterload and depressed right ventricular ejection fraction.

It is quite natural that literature related to car­ heart disease, cardiomyopathy, pulmonary and diac structure, function, pathology, and patho­ pulmonary vascular disease, trauma, acquired valvular disease, congenital disease, and surgi­ physiology has emphasized the left heart and systemic circulation. The relative lack of im­ cal considerations. The pathologic and clinical relevance of myocardial infarction of the right portance of the right ventricle was supported by studies performed in the 1940s and 1950s ventricle has only been documented over the which suggested that the right ventricular free last 15 years. The chapter on right ventricular wall could be effectively destroyed in an animal infarction integrates clinical, functional, patho­ model without detectable untoward hemody­ physiologic, and pathologic observations to pro­ namic consequences. The relative inadequacy vide the reader with a thorough review, equally of noninvasive tools to study right ventricular relevant to the clinician and investigator. The contribution on dilated cardiomyopathy pro­ structure and function obviated detailed and systematic investigation. However, over the vides novel insight into the impact of right ventricular performance on the functional in­ past 15 years there has been a resurgence of interest in the right ventricle by a variety of capacity accompanying left heart failure. A book dealing with the right ventricle would investigators. The skeptic would argue that this renewed interest resulted from an exhaustion be incomplete without at least cursory reference we have of clinically-related observations that could be to the pulmonary circulation.

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