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Title: Cardio-Venous Communication Time
Authors: Tomsin, Kathleen
Mesens, T.
Molenberghs, Geert
Peeters, L.
Gyselaers, Wilfried
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: Pregnancy induces major adaptations of the maternal cardiovascular system. Measurement of the time-interval between the maternal ECG and venous DW = Cardio-Venous Communication Time (CVCT) at the level of hepatic veins (HV) and renal interlobar veins (RIV) to (1) evaluate feasibility and sensibility of the combined ECG-DW methodology in hemodynamic studies (2) evaluate RIV and HV CVCT at different stages of gestation. (3) compare CVCT between Liver (L), Right Kidney (RK) and Left Kidney (LK). (4) compare RIV and HV CVCT between Normal Pregnancy (NP) and Pre-Eclampsia (PE).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/9851
Category: C2
Type: Conference Material
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