Andrea Kozák-Bárány

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THE AIM OF THE STUDY We assessed by echocardiography the left ventricular systolic and diastolic function in newborn infants of mothers with well-controlled pregestational type 1 or gestational diabetes (IDM) in comparison to normal term neonates. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Two-dimensional/M-mode and Doppler transmitral flow velocity measurements were performed(More)
Postnatal changes in left ventricular diastolic filling and systolic cardiac performance were studied monthly by serial echocardiographic measurements from days 3-5 up to six months in 20 healthy full-term infants. The fractional shortening area (FSA = (left ventricular end-diastolic area - end-systolic area)/end-diastolic area) was assessed for systolic(More)
OBJECTIVES We studied the left ventricular systolic and diastolic function in preterm infants during the first month of life in comparison with the respective patterns in term neonates. STUDY DESIGN Serial 2-dimensional/M-mode and Doppler transmitral flow velocity measurements were performed in 20 preterm (gestational age, 32 to 36 weeks) and 25 term(More)
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