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Three-dimensional echocardiographic evaluation of left ventricular volume: comparison of Doppler myocardial imaging and standard gray-scale imaging with cineventriculography--an in vitro and in vivo…
Assessment of wall velocity gradient imaging using a test phantom.
Doppler multigate measurements of ultrasonic scattering, attenuation and hematocrit of blood in the human artery
- W. Secomski, A. Nowicki, R. Olszewski, J. Adamus, P. Fidanzati, P. Tortoli
- Medicine, EngineeringIEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, .
- 18 September 2005
A robust averaging method is introduced, which provides stable and repeatable results by using the echo- signals from all depths inside the vessel by measuring the power of the signal coming from gates at different depths.
73 Usefulness of blood warm cardioplegia in surgical treatment of coronary artery disease in patients with left ventricular ejection fraction lower than 35
[The improvement of echocardiographic assessment of the left ventricle by the use of perflenapent and harmonic imaging].
- R. Olszewski, W. Marciniak, J. Adamus
- MedicinePolski merkuriusz lekarski : organ Polskiego…
- 1 September 1998
Perflenapent improved left ventricular function diagnostic capabilities, and provided enhanced visualisation of the myocardium, in patients with previously obtained sub-optimal non-contrast echocardiograms.
Total spinal anaesthesia for coronary artery bypass grafting: are there any benefits over general anaesthesia?: P-93
WADY WRODZONE Thoracoscopic closure of patent ductus arteriosus in 2 premature infants weighing 700 and 800 g
Assessment of wall velocity gradient and thrombi detection using test-phantom
- A. Nowicki, R. Olszewski, J. Etienne, P. Karłowicz, J. Adamus
- Physics, MedicineIEEE Ultrasonics Symposium. Proceedings
- 3 November 1996
A new phantom has been designed to gain a better understanding of tissue Doppler imaging applied to the myocardium velocity gradient measurements and thrombi detection and it was found that DTI is a promising, more sensitive method of imaging the left ventricleThrombi.