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Influences of the alteration in aortic pressure on regional myocardial function and regional myocardial blood flow in partial coronary artery occlusion

1982 Japanese Heart Journal  
, suggesting an improvement of ischemic myocardial function.  ...  Respiration was maintained with room air through a cuffed endotracheal tube connected to a Harvard respirator.  ... 
doi:10.1536/ihj.23.211 fatcat:7kydcc3hufeafg7qlaheuidzgm

Ventricular volume, chamber stiffness, and function after anteroapical aneurysm plication in the sheep

Mark B. Ratcliffe, Arthur W. Wallace, Ali Salahieh, James Hong, Stuart Ruch, Timothy S. Hall
2000 Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery  
of the standard aneurysm repair. 6,7 However, until the effect of LV aneurysm plication on ventricular function is understood, the effect of innovative modifications cannot be tested.  ...  The net effect on left ventricular function is mixed.  ...  Fig 7 . 7 The effect of aneurysm plication on stroke volume/end-diastolic pressure (Starling) relationship.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0022-5223(00)70225-x pmid:10612769 fatcat:y5o6m5nlvraf7eyumibfxjv7ra

Experimental effects of cardiomyoplasty on stressed normal left ventricle in sheep

Ralf Krakor, Michael Mochalski, Thomas Kuntze, Rüdiger Autschbach, Petra Maddaj-Sterba, Fridrich-Wilhelm Mohr
1999 European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery  
Conclusions: These ®ndings do not favor the concept of direct cardiomyoplasty-induced improvement of cardiac function under stress conditions.  ...  We have seen direct effects in the non-failing hearts at rest only.  ...  [1] observed a 7-year-survival rate of 70.4% and a signi®cant improvement in NYHA functional class from a mean of 3.3 to a mean of 1.8 after cardiomyoplasty.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1010-7940(99)00312-7 pmid:10609900 fatcat:val3orxrijdhvdz4ryvovrooae

The Effects of Music Intervention on Functional Connectivity Strength of the Brain in Schizophrenia

Mi Yang, Hui He, Mingjun Duan, Xi Chen, Xin Chang, Yongxiu Lai, Jianfu Li, Tiejun Liu, Cheng Luo, Dezhong Yao
2018 Neural Plasticity  
Here, we investigated the effects of music intervention in neural circuits through functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) study in schizophrenic subjects.  ...  observed therapeutic effects of music intervention on neurocognitive function.  ...  The cool color indicates decreased functional connections, and the hot color indicates increased functional connections. All of the maps are shown with a probability score between 80% and 100%.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2018/2821832 pmid:29853841 pmcid:PMC5954893 fatcat:63cspgtacbcofeu2qbc43wn2xu

Changes In Pulmonary Physiology After Lung Volume Reduction Surgery In A Rabbit Model Of Emphysema

Joseph Huh, Matthew Brenner, John C. Chen, Benedict Yoong, Adam Gassel, Fernando Katie, Jeffrey C. Milliken, Robert McKenna, Richard J. Fischel, Arthur Gelb, Archie F. Wilson
1998 Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery  
Lung functions were measured at baseline before induction of emphysema, preoperatively at 4 weeks, and 1 week postoperatively.  ...  Functional residual capacity decreased after lung volume reduction surgery in proportion to the amount of excised lung tissue.  ...  We examined the effects of LVRS on lung volumes, compliance, and airflow to determine mechanisms of response and the effects of the amount of tissue removed on lung function.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0022-5223(98)70276-4 pmid:9475527 fatcat:f7hmbogdz5d27ig24uuvcvako4

Enhanced systolic function of the right ventricle during respiratory distress syndrome in newborn lambs

Maartje De Vroomen, Paul Steendijk, Robbert H. Lopes Cardozo, Hens H. A. Brouwers, Frank Van Bel, Jan Baan
2001 American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology  
In the face of increased RV afterload, the newborn heart is able to maintain cardiac output, primarily by improving systolic RV function through homeometric autoregulation.  ...  Stroke volume was maintained (5.2 Ϯ 0.6 ml at baseline and 6.1 Ϯ 1.4 ml at 4 h of RDS), while RV end-diastolic volume showed only a slight increase (from 6.5 Ϯ 2.3 ml at baseline to 7.7 Ϯ 1.3 ml at 4 h  ...  The authors thank the biotechnicians of the Animal Facility of the Leiden University Medical Center for technical assistance. This research was supported by Dutch Heart Foundation Grant 97.169.  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajpheart.2001.280.1.h392 pmid:11123256 fatcat:xuhwon43gnbxxbptufnqvp75oq

Mapping and neuromodulation of lower urinary tract function using spinal cord stimulation in female rats

Huiyi H. Chang, Jih-Chao Yeh, Ronaldo M. Ichiyama, Larissa V. Rodriguez, Leif A. Havton
2018 Experimental Neurology  
Next, the effects of a bilateral pelvic nerve crush (PNC) injury on urodynamic function were examined at 14 days post-operatively.  ...  The PNC injury resulted in decreased voiding efficiency and maximum intravesical pressure, whereas the post-voiding residual volume was increased, suggestive of an underactive bladder.  ...  Aura Kullmann at University of Pittsburgh for critical and helpful comments on this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.expneurol.2018.03.007 pmid:29530711 pmcid:PMC5955844 fatcat:4hy62ha4eve63dm5o2aku63x7q

The impact of partial blood replacement on postoperative outcome for pediatric patients with cyanotic heart disease

Saleh Mohammad
2020 Journal of Cardiovascular Medicine and Cardiology  
The turbidity readings of RBCs suspension decreased directly with the decrease of the whole volume of the scattering cells, were plotted as a function of detergent concentration.  ...  For each sample the resonance position approached through connecting of the measuring-circuit inductivity (the build in system capacitance), and the test circuit with sample connected was resonated by  ... 
doi:10.17352/2455-2976.000134 fatcat:e5gz6k7q6rdnhkojkhk2mp5b5u

Sequential Effects of Acute Meconium Obstruction on Pulmonary Function

1980 Pediatric Research  
The tracheal tube was speculate that noninvasive pulmonary function measurements connected to a volume controlled piston Pump (Haward small made in newborn infants may quantitate the degree of mechanical  ...  ~t is appealing to were required at one-half hr intervals.  ...  The tracheal tube was speculate that noninvasive pulmonary function measurements connected to a volume controlled piston Pump (Haward small made in newborn infants may quantitate the degree of mechanical  ... 
doi:10.1203/00006450-198014010-00009 fatcat:turp5gg4qfbq5noaokpd6un6ly

Sequential Effects of Acute Meconium Obstruction on Pulmonary Function

Nghia Tran, Corinne Lowe, Emidio M Sivieri, Thomas H Shaffer
1980 Pediatric Research  
The tracheal tube was speculate that noninvasive pulmonary function measurements connected to a volume controlled piston Pump (Haward small made in newborn infants may quantitate the degree of mechanical  ...  ~t is appealing to were required at one-half hr intervals.  ...  The tracheal tube was speculate that noninvasive pulmonary function measurements connected to a volume controlled piston Pump (Haward small made in newborn infants may quantitate the degree of mechanical  ... 
doi:10.1203/00006450-198001000-00009 pmid:7360519 fatcat:jpqktqvhu5eb7atbwpn7uci3n4

Modified Glenn connection for acutely ischemic right ventricular failure reverses secondary left ventricular dysfunction

Mark H. Danton, John G. Byrne, Kathryn Q. Flores, Michael Hsin, Jeffrey S. Martin, Rita G. Laurence, Lawrence H. Cohn, Lishan Aklog
2001 Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery  
This study investigated the effect of acute isolated right ventricular ischemia on biventricular performance and interaction and the response of subsequent right ventricular unloading by use of a modified  ...  Right ventricular unloading with the Glenn shunt reduced right ventricular dilation and significantly improved left ventricular contraction, end-systolic pressure-volume relation slope (18.9 ± 8 mm Hg/  ...  The volume, V, of the ventricle at a given time, t, is calculated as follows: V(t) = (1/α)L 2 µ[G(t) -Gp] where L is the interelectrode distance, µ is the resistivity of blood that is measured, α is the  ... 
doi:10.1067/mtc.2001.114632 pmid:11436040 fatcat:2nvpcdz4xnb2jnp7foj4xjx5ny

Respiratory sinus arrhythmia is associated with efficiency of pulmonary gas exchange in healthy humans

Nicholas D. Giardino, Robb W. Glenny, Soo Borson, Leighton Chan
2003 American Journal of Physiology. Heart and Circulatory Physiology  
effects of age, respiration rate, tidal volume, and average heart rate.  ...  Slow, deep breathing has long been taught to patients with chronic respiratory disease as a means to improve respiratory function, presumably via the mechanical effects these maneuvers impart for improved  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajpheart.00893.2002 pmid:12543637 fatcat:ovoo625spfdbbjj5sdncaax5ea

Individual classification of ADHD patients by integrating multiscale neuroimaging markers and advanced pattern recognition techniques

Wei Cheng, Xiaoxi Ji, Jie Zhang, Jianfeng Feng
2012 Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience  
Functional connectivity derived from Pearson, partial, and spatial correlation is also utilized to reflect the abnormal patterns of functional integration, or, dysconnectivity syndromes in the brain.  ...  The proposed methodology is expected to improve clinical diagnosis and evaluation of treatment for ADHD patient, and to have wider applications in diagnosis of general neuropsychiatric disorders.  ...  This work is supported by grants from the Natural Scientific Foundation of China 61104143 and 61004104.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fnsys.2012.00058 pmid:22888314 pmcid:PMC3412279 fatcat:raopxa6cyzcwjnqzflyemfzesy

Atelocollagen Injection Improves Tendon Integrity in Partial-Thickness Rotator Cuff Tears: A Prospective Comparative Study

Jong-Ho Kim, Dong-Jin Kim, Hyo-Jin Lee, Baek-Kyu Kim, Yang-Soo Kim
2020 Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine  
No significant improvement was seen in functional or pain scores at final follow-up in group 3 ( P > .05).  ...  The functional and pain scores in groups 1 and 2 were significantly improved at final follow-up ( P < .05).  ...  Reliability was evaluated through use of ICCs and a 2-way mixed-effect model assuming a single measurement and absolute agreement. 25 Significance was set at P < .05.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2325967120904012 pmid:32128319 pmcid:PMC7036510 fatcat:w7tpmyfxfnazdk6axqcu73gvqa

Partial LVAD Restores Ventricular Outputs and Normalizes LV but not RV Stress Distributions in the Acutely Failing Heart in Silico

Kevin L. Sack, Brian Baillargeon, Gabriel Acevedo-Bolton, Martin Genet, Nuno Rebelo, Ellen Kuhl, Liviu Klein, Georg M. Weiselthaler, Daniel Burkhoff, Thomas Franz, Julius M. Guccione
2016 International Journal of Artificial Organs  
Acknowledgments This work was performed as part of the Living Heart Project. The authors thank Pamela Derish in the Department of Surgery, UCSF, for proofreading the manuscript. Disclosures  ...  It is likely that the functional improvements made to the RV through the introduction of the LVAD are partially offset by negative secondary outcomes on the RV.  ...  Discussion The improved LHM allowed us to model the effects of varying flow rate on an LVAD connected to a diseased heart experiencing ALHF.  ... 
doi:10.5301/ijao.5000520 pmid:27646633 pmcid:PMC5067236 fatcat:rxppr24qpnhezagcsoe4rcnt4m
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