Analysis and Assessment of Cardiovascular Function / Edition 1by Gary M. Drzewiecki
Pub. Date: 12/28/1997
Publisher: Springer New York
The study of cardiovascular function is vital to contemporary biomedic al research. However, integration between cellular and subcellular res earch and organ-level studies is often lacking, as is integration of c linical and basic investigation. This book examines cardiovascular sys tem function from the perspectives of assessment and analysis, with a focus on… See more details below
The study of cardiovascular function is vital to contemporary biomedic al research. However, integration between cellular and subcellular res earch and organ-level studies is often lacking, as is integration of c linical and basic investigation. This book examines cardiovascular sys tem function from the perspectives of assessment and analysis, with a focus on evaluating function at different anatomical levels using a co mbination of analytical, experimental and clinical measurements.
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Table of Contents1. Cardiovascular Function.- 1. Cardiovascular Concepts in Antiquity.- 2. A New Approach to the Analysis of Cardiovascular Function: Allometry.- 2. Cardiac Muscle.- 3. Muscle Contraction Mechanics from Ultrastructural Dynamics.- 4. Crossbridge Cycling and Cooperative Recruitment Can Account for Oscillatory Dynamics of Constantly Activated Heart.- 5. Modeling Reversible Mechanical Dysfunction in the Stunned Myocardium.- 6. Computer-Based Myocardial Tissue Characterization Using Quantitative Description of Texture.- 3. Coronary Circulation.- 7. Interpretation of Coronary Vascular Perfusion.- 8. New-Age Rapid Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Injury.- 4. Ventricular Dynamics.- 9. Modeling of the Effects of Aortic Valve Stenosis and Arterial System Afterload on Left Ventricular Hypertrophy.- 10. Ventricular Shape: Spherical or Cylindrical?.- 11. Pathophysiology of Diastole and Left Ventricular Filling in Humans: Noninvasive Evaluation.- 12. Echocardiographic Evaluation of Thrombolytic Intervention After Acute Myocardial Infarction.- 5. Arterial/Ventricular Circulation.- 13. Modeling of Noninvasive Arterial Blood Pressure Methods.- 14. Measurement and Applications of Arterial and Ventricular Pressure-Dimension Relationships in Animals and Humans.- 6. Microcirculation.- 15. Quantitative Analysis of the Lee Method for Determination of the Capillary Filtration Coefficient.- 16. Assessment of Human Microvascular Function.- 7. Venous System.- 17. Dynamic Response of the Collapsible Blood Vessel.- 8. Electrophysiology.- 18. Microvolt-Level T Wave Alternans as a Marker of Vulnerability to Cardiac Arrhythmias: Principles and Detection Methods.- 19. Quantification of Heart Rate Variability Using Methods Derived from Nonlinear Dynamics.- 20. Transesophageal Electrophysiology.- 21. Occurrence and Diagnostic Importance of Postural ST-Segment Depression in Ambulatory Holter Monitoring in Male Patients After Myocardial Infarction.
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