O. Reich
E/A ratioInternal medicineRadiologySurgeryPerfusionBlood flowCardiologySystoleFetusCardiac skeletonSinus rhythmFactor VMitral valveLungHeart rateTransposition of the great vesselsAnticoagulantRestenosisGestational ageRadionuclide ventriculographyVentricleAntithrombinAngiocardiographyPregnancyRadionuclide angiographyDoppler echocardiographyPercutaneousFactor VIIPulmonary arterySurgical anastomosisProtein CBicuspid aortic valveAortic valve stenosisHeart bypassLiver functionBalloon dilationAtrioventricular conductionGestationLiver function testsDiastoleMedicineEjection fractionPulsatile flowStroke volumeGastroenterology
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#2J. JanoušekH-Index: 1
Last. Jan ŠkovránekH-Index: 17
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: We performed measurement of mechanical atrioventricular conduction time intervals in human fetuses assessed by Doppler echocardiography and provided reference values. We found that atrioventricular conduction time interval was prolonged with gestational age and decreased with increasing fetal heart rate. No correlation between gestational age and heart rate was found. Using normal limits established by this study, mechanical atrioventricular interval >135 ms in the 20(th) week and/or >145 ms i...
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Objective: To examine coagulation factors and liver function test abnormalities in patients after total cavopulmonary connection (TCPC). Design: Cross sectional study comprising clinical and echocardiographic evaluation, and biochemical and coagulation profile screening. Setting: Tertiary referral centre. Methods: 102 patients aged 4–24 years (median 10 years) at one to eight years (median five years) after TCPC were examined. All patients were maintained on a low dose of aspirin. 96% of patient...
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#1O. ReichH-Index: 5
#2P TaxH-Index: 1
Last. Jan ŠkovránekH-Index: 17
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Objective: To evaluate long term results and independent predictors of outcome of aortic valvoplasty. Design: Retrospective follow up study. Independent predictors of outcome identified by multiple logistic regression. Setting: Tertiary referral centre. Patients: 269 consecutive patients treated at the median age of 8 months (0–23 years): 80 (30%) under 4 weeks, 59 (22%) between 4 weeks and 1 year, and 130 (48%) over 1 year. The follow up period was up to 14.8 years (median 5.3, in survivors 6.4...
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#2Voriskova MH-Index: 2
Last. Milan ŠamánekH-Index: 6
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Objective—To establish the incidence of systolic and diastolic dysfunction of the right and left ventricle in a large cohort of patients after Mustard or Senning operations and to assess changes in the incidence on long term follow up. Design—Postoperative case-control study using radionuclide ventriculography. Ejection fractions, peak filling rates, rapid filling periods and fractions, slow filling periods and fractions, and atrial contraction periods and fractions were studied. Setting—Tertiar...
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#2P. HorváthH-Index: 1
Last. Jan ŠkovránekH-Index: 17
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OBJECTIVE: To establish a non-invasive method for quantitative analysis of pulmonary perfusion in patients with bidirectional cavopulmonary anastomosis (BCPA) and sources of pulsatile blood flow. The method should quantify left to right lung flow ratio and relative contribution of BCPA and sources of pulsatile blood flow to perfusion of each lung. DESIGN: A pilot study using radionuclide angiocardiography for quantitative analysis and for visualisation of cavo-caval collaterals. No criterion sta...
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