Does volume catheter parallel conductance vary during a cardiac cycle?

@article{Lankford1990DoesVC,
  title={Does volume catheter parallel conductance vary during a cardiac cycle?},
  author={Edward B. Lankford and David A. Kass and W. Lowell Maughan and Artin A. Shoukas},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1990},
  volume={258 6 Pt 2},
  pages={H1933-42}
}
Absolute left ventricular volume measurement by the conductance (volume) catheter requires subtraction of the conductance contribution from structures extrinsic to the cavity blood pool. Previously, this parallel conductance volume (Vp) has been assumed constant throughout the cardiac cycle, and the technique described for its estimation in situ yields a single value. We present a new method for parallel conductance determination that yields multiple estimates during systole, enabling an… CONTINUE READING
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