cardiac ultrasonography

Related to cardiac ultrasonography: echogram
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cardiac ultrasonography

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Cardiac ultrasonography in the critical care setting: a practical approach to asses cardiac function and preload for the "non-cardiologist".
Tuberculin skin test results were negative, and radiographs of her chest and cardiac ultrasonography gave unremarkable results.
With the development of ultrasonic detection technology in recent years, high-frequency animal cardiac ultrasonography as a noninvasive method has been used to examine various heart diseases in the murine model.
Prognosis of any cardiac disorder or heart failure is based on early and accurate diagnosis which is only possible with cardiac ultrasonography.
Cardiac ultrasonography revealed LVH and decreased ventricular contractile function (ejection fraction 35%).
Integration with focused cardiac ultrasonography (FOCUS), performed in subcostal view, revealed normal global cardiac systolic function without pericardial effusion, no right or left ventricular enlargement or hypertrophy, no significant valvular defects and a collapsed inferior caval vein, according to the reduced volume status [7].
Cardiac ultrasonography or echocardiography is the standard non-invasive method for the assessment of cardiovascular function and morphology, as well for the diagnosis of cardiovascular disease (THOMAS et al.