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Systolic and Diastolic Function of the Heart : Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Cardiovascular Dynamics Society, San Francisco, California, Nov 17-20, 1994 :  Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Cardiovascular Dynamics Society, San Francisco, California, Nov 17-20, 1994 - N.B. Ingels

Systolic and Diastolic Function of the Heart : Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Cardiovascular Dynamics Society, San Francisco, California, Nov 17-20, 1994

Proceedings of the 11th International Conference of the Cardiovascular Dynamics Society, San Francisco, California, Nov 17-20, 1994

By: N.B. Ingels (Editor)

Hardcover Published: January 1995
ISBN: 9789051992113
Number Of Pages: 460
For Ages: 17 years old

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This book addresses the meaning of the systolic function and diastolic function, how these can best be measured and interpreted, both now and in the future. This volume also covers topics like cardiac mechanics, flow dynamics, vascular properties, neural control of cardiovascular systems and pharmacological interventions. The book is of particular interest to biophysicists, bioengineers, cardiovascular physiologists, and clinicians.

Preface
The Momentum of Mass, the Momentum of Ideas, and Diastolic Functionp. 5
Myocardial Structure and Cardiac Functionp. 19
Contribution of Myocardial Collagen to the Left Ventricular Diastolic Pressure-Volume Relationshipp. 29
Contribution of the Collagen Extracellular Matrix to Ventricular Mechanicsp. 35
Coronary Flow and Perfusion Effectsp. 47
Restoring Forcesp. 61
Systolic and Diastolic Importance of Oblique Fiber Orientation in the Left Ventriclep. 93
Ventricular Relaxation and Diastolic Fillingp. 101
The Influence of Ventricular Interdependence on Indices of Left Ventricular Functionp. 119
Diastolic Function from Transmitral Flow: The Kinematic Paradigmp. 125
Left Atrial and Pulmonary Venous Flow Visualization by Phase Encoding Magnetic Resonance Imagingp. 137
Application of Color Doppler M-Mode Echocardiography in the Assessment of Ventricular Diastolic Function: Analysis of the Spatiotemporal Velocity Distributionp. 149
Response of Left Ventricular Filling to Exercise before and after Heart Failurep. 157
Indexing Left Ventricular Isovolumic Pressure Decay: Variable Asymptote Shift Effectsp. 167
Diastolic P-V Relation, Myocardial Properties, and Ventricular Stiffnessp. 175
Calcium, Crossbridges, and Cellular Determinants of Relaxationp. 187
Calcium Cycling Dependent and Independent Mechanisms of Relaxation in Mammalian Ventricular Myocardiump. 201
How We View Systolic Function of the Heart: Emax and PVA: 1994 CSDS Konrad Witzig Lecturep. 215
From Crossbridge to Myocardium to Intact Heartp. 227
Determinants of Force Development and Shortening Velocity in Cardiac Musclep. 239
Time Scale and Oscillatory Features of Left Ventricular Step Response Originate from Multiple-Step Crossbridge Cyclep. 249
Crossbridge and Muscle Properties, Energetics, and Pressure-Volume Areap. 257
Constancy and Variability of Oxygen Costs of Mechanical Energy (PVA) and Contractility (Emax)p. 265
Tight Coupling between Regional Myocardial Oxygen Consumption and Contractile Functionp. 275
Force-Frequency Relation, Force-Interval Relation, and Mechanical Restitutionp. 283
Elastance-Based Mechanical Restitution Provides Data from the Intact Heart Not Available from Any Other Techniquep. 293
Contractility Indicesp. 301
Searching for Indices of Contractility Is Counterproductivep. 315
Rapid Contractile Upregulation Rematches Stroke Work to Increased Afterload Independent of Ventricular Geometry, Afterload-Related Coronary Perfusion Pressure Fluctuations and Baseline Contractile Statep. 325
Wall Thickening, Shears, and Cleavage Planesp. 345
Mechanisms of Large Ventricular Wall Shortening and Thickeningp. 363
Twisting, Torsion, and Other Shearsp. 371
Ventricular Twist and Its Relationship to Pressure Volume and Shortening: Review of Experimental Studies and a Mathematical Modelp. 375
Differences in Systolic and Diastolic Torsional Deformation of the Left Ventriclep. 385
Coronary Flow, Systolic Perfusion, and the "Gregg Phenomenon"p. 393
Intramyocardial Hydraulic Regulation of Cardiac Mechanics and Energeticsp. 405
Left Ventricular Afterload and Arterial Couplingp. 415
Author Indexp. 433
Affiliation Indexp. 434
Subject Indexp. 434
Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9789051992113
ISBN-10: 9051992114
Series: Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Audience: Professional
For Ages: 17 years old
For Grades: 12
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 460
Published: January 1995
Publisher: IOS Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.5
Weight (kg): 0.82
Edition Number: 1