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N.H. Pijls,B. de Bruyne
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Pijls (Author), B. de Bruyne (Author). Series: Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine (Book 195). Paperback: 424 pages.

Pijls (Author), B. ISBN-13: 978-9048153985. Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of hardcover 2nd ed.

Pijls and B. De Bruyne: Coronary Pressure. Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine. 232. A. Bayes de Luna, F. FurlanelIo, BJ. Maron and . Jaski: Basics ofHeart Failure. A Problem Solving Approach. Zipes (ed. : Arrhythmias and Sudden Death in. Athletes.

Coronary pressure by Nico H. J. Pijls, . Are you sure you want to remove Coronary Pressure (Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine) from your list? Coronary Pressure (Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine). by Nico H. Published December 31, 1899 by Springer.

Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine. Article · January 2004 with 6 Reads The pulmonary circulation is a low resistance and low pressure system. Article · January 2004 with 6 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. After stabilization of the pulmonary arterial pressure (PAP), hypoxic (1% O2) and normoxic (21% O2) gases were applied via a ventilator in five-minute intervals to measure HPV. The addition of albumin or Ficoll with PSS did not induce persistent and strong HPV with or without a pretone agent. The pulmonary circulation is a low resistance and low pressure system. Sustained pulmonary vasoconstriction and excessive vascular remodeling often occur under pathophysiological conditions such as in patients with pulmonary hypertension.

by B. de Bruyne and Nico H. Pijls. During these two years, the number of coronary pressure measurements performed worldwide both during diagnostic and interventional procedures has increased almost exponentially.

Aalst, Eindhoven, Bernard De Bruyne. Coronary Pressure Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine (Том 195). Издание: 2, иллюстрированное. Не удалось найти ни одного отзыва. Springer Science & Business Media, 2013. 940159564X, 9789401595643.

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Nico H. More than half of the chapters have been remodeled and completed as the result of technical improvements and recently acquired clinical data. Most of the initial problems associated with this new approach have been overcome.

Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine (Book 195).

Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine (Book 195).

Cardiologists must answer three important questions when evaluating and treating patients with a coronary artery stenosis. As a physiologist: "What is the effect of this stenosis on coronary blood flow and myocardial function?"; as a clinician: " Is this lesion responsible for the patient's symptoms?"; and finally as an interventionalist: "Will revascularization of this artery improve the patient?" Fundamentally, the answer to these questions can be given to a large extent by measuring coronary pressure. That is the rationale of writing this book. 1. 1 Historical overview. Andreas Gruentzig and most interventional cardiologists in the early days of PTCA, had the intuitive feeling that pressure measurements could help to establish the severity of a coronary stenosis and to monitor the progress and result of a coronary intervention. At that time, measuring coronary pressure by the balloon catheter was part of a standard procedure. A residual transstenotic gradient of less than 15 mmHg was generally considered as a good result. Later, however, it turned out that measuring these (resting) gradients with balloon catheters was inaccurate an only had a limited prognostic value. Moreover, because there was no consistent theory to correlate pressure measurements to blood flow, the interest in measuring coronary pressures faded and disappeared almost completely with the introduction of new balloon catheters not intended for pressure measurement.