H Gruwez
University of Hasselt
Subclinical infectionPhotoplethysmogramInternal medicineUrologyCardiologyNatriuresisAsymptomaticFurosemideHeart failureAtrial flutterCHA2DS2–VASc scoreUrine collection deviceAtrial fibrillationDiureticElectrocardiographyLoop diureticPopulationAdverse outcomesSmartphone appUrine output12 lead ecgPopulation screeningAmbulatoryStrokeMedicine
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#1H Gruwez (University of Hasselt)
#2Tine ProesmansH-Index: 2
Last. Laurent PisonH-Index: 27
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Atrial fibrillation (AF) is associated with adverse outcomes. Screening may lead to earlier recognition and treatment of asymptomatic AF. However, most evidence regarding AF applies to clinical AF, with symptoms or electrocardiographic diagnosis. Whether this evidence can be translated toward subclinical AF, without symptoms and detected by novel, more continuous screening devices is uncertain. The diagnostic yield of screening is determined by the screening population, tool, duration and freque...
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#1H Gruwez (University of Hasselt)
Last. Pieter M. VandervoortH-Index: 31
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#1Jeroen Dauw (University of Hasselt)H-Index: 5
#2Pieter MartensH-Index: 17
Last. Wilfried Mullens (University of Hasselt)H-Index: 44
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AIMS To study the loop diuretic (LD) response and effect of LD omission in ambulatory heart failure (HF) patients on chronic low dose LD. METHODS AND RESULTS Urine collections were performed on 2 consecutive days in 40 ambulatory HF patients with 40-80 mg furosemide (day 1 with LD; day 2 without LD). Three phases were collected each day: (1) first 6 hours; (2) rest of the day; and (3) night. On the day of LD intake, the total natriuresis was 129.9 (86.9-155.0) mmol/24h and urine output was 1650 ...
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