Paper: Border zone geometry increases wall stress after myocardial infarction: contrast echocardiographic assessment

Full Title: 
Border zone geometry increases wall stress after myocardial infarction: contrast echocardiographic assessment
Author(s): 
Jackson BM
Gorman III JH
Salgo IS
Moainie SL
Plappert T
St. John-Sutton M
Edmunds Jr LH
Gorman RC
Journal: 
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol 284: H475-H479, 2003
Applications: 
Pressure
Subject: 
Dog
Referenced Products: 
custom-made right-heart catheter (Millar Instruments; Houston
TX). The multisensor catheter has two micromanometers spaced 5 cm apart; the distal micromanometer is at the tip and a Doppler velocimeter is 3 cm away from the distal micromanometer.
Keywords: 
echocardiography
sonomicrometry
computational fluid dynamics. intraventricular gradients; functional imaging; echocardiography; heart failure; ventricular function
Publication date (ref): 
2003-12-01 12:00:00 -0600