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ejection

in Scotland, the delict of dispossessing a person permanently from his land or an action to remove a person from lands.
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Patients with certain disorders involving heart failure associated with preserved left ventricular ejection fraction may experience decreased cardiac output.
Stroke volume, at times, may increase normally during upright exercise, despite a decrease in left ventricular ejection fraction.
In patients with heart failure (HF) symptoms, echocardiography often reveals a low left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF).
In the presented experience, 85% of patients who underwent ablation with the multidisciplinary Convergent Procedure were in sinus rhythm at one year follow-up, accompanied by a significant reduction in left atrial size and improvement in left ventricular ejection fraction.
The researchers measured various factors including finger arterial blood pressure, heart rate, left ventricular ejection time, and cardiac output.
Upgrading traditional 2 chamber cardiac pacemakers to modern 3 chamber pacemakers--cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) devices--improves left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF), researchers reported online March 16th in the European Heart Journal.
Treatment with lapatinib has been associated with decreased left ventricular ejection fraction and hepatotoxicity, as well as interstitial lung disease and pneumonitis, and it can harm the fetus, the statement added.
Zipes: Your left ventricular ejection fraction is indeed low, and it does not always correlate with symptoms, as you have found out.
Patients with apparent recovery of left ventricular ejection fraction may actually be at long-term risk from common subsequent events such as viral infection, anaemia, super ventricular tachycardia, coronary heart disease and hypertension.
N Women with left ventricular ejection fraction (LVEF) of less than 55%, or women whose hearts fail to pump adequately
The expanded coverage decision recommends coverage for beneficiaries who meet the following specific criteria: amyloid deposition in 2 or fewer organs and cardiac left ventricular ejection fraction of greater than 45%.
Stroke volume falls and pre-ejection period to left ventricular ejection time ratio rises at 3,100 m because of diminished venous return despite preservation of left ventricular systolic performance.

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